As recently as early july, my Leuco x Willissi has been putting up deformed pitchers. They look normal coming up, growing straigh for a few inches, but then they just start to twist and curl on themselves. The little proto-pitchers on the ends of the leaves never develop. The leaves are still alive, they aren't browning or anything, but they won't grow into full fledged pitchers. Now, I wouldn't be concerned if it was just 1 or two leaves doing this, but every leaf put up since about june-july has deformed in the manner described. The plant is still in the pot and soil it came in from PFT (got it in april), and is being watered with distilled on the tray method, and is being grown in full sun in SW VA. The only abberation worth noting is that in mid-may, I tried to give it some milk. As the pitchers were still quite small, I OD'd it and killed all three open pitchers (Still in the process of dying [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img] I've learned my lesson). COuld this be contributing to my plant's mutation? WIll it survive? What can I do to return it to normal?