They can withstand very low humidity; my plants can experience occasional days of less than 5% in summer around here....and I'm not seeing anything wrong with this plant, just old leaves starting to die back. They don't last forever after all.
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Last edited by Benurmanii; 03-07-2016 at 08:39 PM.
It's a small amount of flies over here on this part of the year. Should I try to feed it with something else? I read somewhere that white worms could be an alternative to flies. Is it true?
Have you recently put them outside or changed their growing conditions significantly?
If it is of any consequence I dont think that the browning you see is of any consequence, they are Purpurea hybrids of some sort so should be fine with standing water to about a quater of the pots depth.
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Last edited by Steve Booth; 03-08-2016 at 06:39 AM. Reason: Utter foolishness
I digress to it possibly being some kind of root rot. Wouldn't root rot go from the bottom up and not from the top down? That seems to make more sense to me.
All it seems to be is old pitcher die off, I don't know what the fuss is all about. On almost all plants old leave die and new ones grow, what's the surprise?