I have 2 mystery Sarracenias of the Home Depot type persuasion. One was labelled S Purpurea but is definitely not, the other is labeled S Flava and may very well be.
At any rate they are both growing and sending up new pitchers like nobodys business...however the tallest pitchers flop to the sides.
I know this can be a condition resulting from too little light, but I am wondering if the problem could be that they are planted too close to the surface. I think the pitchers would support themselves if they had a little dirt to grow up through, right now the top of the bulb/corm/whatever it is is exposed, and above the soil on both of them. *The pitchers are sturdy, but the bases are very thin and flexible and look like maybe they should be farther underground.
Anyhoot...thanks in advance for the good advice!