Around December I picked up a S. Rubra from Lowe's. It spent a few months living in a terrarium during winter while I was at college. During Spring it was moved to a windowsill for more light. However it was still looking pitiful so I decided to take it home and leave it outside along with all my other CP's for mother nature to take care of it. I didn't let it adjust to the humidity/light but I knew my mom wouldn't take care of it and I live an hour away from home. All my plants did the thing where they die back and look pitiful for a month or so and then come back with vigor... all of them except my S. Rubra. My S. Purpurea is getting huge almost to the point of becoming a weed as are my flytraps. For Christ's sake I scalped my darlingtonia so it was basically the rhizome and roots and it now has 4 fully developed pitchers and about 4 more on the way! However with my rubra I clipped off all the dead pitchers. There are about 2 pitchers 4-5 inches tall but they have seem to have stopped growing. They can't catch insects because they are still in the leaf like stage. They are in a big gallon pot with a 50-50 peat/sand mix. They get full sun in the morning but recieve partial shading during the hot part of the afternoon. They sit in about 2-3 inches of rainwater but are about 8 inches above the water surface. All the other plants are going nuts for this arrangement even the Darlingtonia (one of the most stuck up, high maintenance plants I own) is not only growing but is growing vigorously. The plant had been outside since april and has shown almost no signs of improving! What to do?