Need help here because I checked my books and I think I was doing everything right.
I got a nice cobra about three weeks ago (I've had another since April and it's doing fine, though smaller). The new one is in a 3" pot, and the tallest pitcher was (note the "was") around 5" tall. It sat in a tray of distilled water, in a south facing window (no direct sun) -- same conditions as my older one. Anyway, I came home from work yesterday and found that almost all of the pitchers were drooped over and practically all dried up (water in tray, soil wet). I could swear it was okay when I left in the morning. All that was left were two fairly good sized green shoots of new pitchers. And now today, one of the shoots is bending over and not looking well.
What happend? I'm concerned because before I came home yesterday I stopped by Lowe's as they called and said new plants had come in, so I picked up a couple of more cobras and I don't want them to go the way of this last one.
According to my books I was doing everything right. I live in So. Calif. and humidity has been below 30%, and temps have been 90's, but in the house they would be protected from the crisping heat.
Thanks for your help and hope everyone had a happy 45h!