I just went out and took a look at the plants in my new microbog. *I noticed that one new pitcher is curved over (sort of like an upside-down "J" ). *It is an s. leucophylla. *I bought it somewhat late last summer. *It only had 2 pitchers on it. *This is its first new pitcher of the spring and is about 10" tall but very very thin. *It isn't limp...just curved over. *My other sarra (unidentified) is pitchering quite nicely with about 6 new pitchers and one just opened fully. *They are in full sun most of the day. *We have had a LOT of rain over the past few days (thank god, we need it) so the bog is very wet.
Is this a sign of a health problem? *Or do they just occasionally throw an odd shaped pitcher? *I don't have that many sarras (yet) so I'm not that experienced with them. *My 'unidentified' and s. purpureas did fine last year and are doing well so far this spring.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
(Edited by PlantAKiss at 11:52 pm on May 9, 2002)