I apologise if this subject has been addressed previously..but I could find no mention of it, or I'm going blind, which is possible.
I received an un-named pitcher plant as a gift from someone who got out of the business.
It is flowering, and sending up new pitchers, so in that respect it seems like a normal plant. My judgement on this plant is that it needs re-potting, which I will do in the next couple of days. The problem is...even the new, un-opened pitchers flop over..they don't seem to be able to stand up to anything but the mildest breeze. The pitchers flop, then they start browning from the top down. The new pitchers on the other pitcher plants I have stand up to wind just fine.
What can I do to solve this problem? I have been staking them thus far..but I'd prefer to figure out what the problem is here, and fix it.
Also...I have read with interest the idea of giving pitchers diluted 2% milk or bits of egg white for a protein boost. What dilution rate for the milk? Thanking you all in advance! AprilH