So I have this giant colony of sarracenia leucophyllia that lives in a very large pot - probably a 12" pot or more. Thing popped nine or ten pitchers this fall and looks great. I was cleaning out the older dead pitchers, and got a whiff of a really sweet rotting smell, and some of the dead came out with soggy rotten rhizome clinging to the end. Clearly some rot has started - probably because of the torrential rain we've had- pot was submerged for several days in its deep tray - and I need to know how to treat it. Do I just pull out the dead and the rotten that I can see? Or must I unlit, divide, and repot? Will the rot stop on its own, with resumption of proper watering? Thanks!
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