well...check out what has happened. I was waiting soo long for this pitcher..and then commited a blunder:
now my bical has finally recovered and after addition of a new light...the pitcher size went from this:
The pitcher before the one in question:
to this: The newest pitcher
overall...its a pitcher double the size of anything before it.
Took 25 days to form. And I fed it yesterday with a ladybug that are sooo common here during the start of winter as they search for broods to hibernate.
this is what happened:
25 days of waiting has gone to waste in one day. The pitcher is now rotting.
Another good member here, av8tor was telling me these things are really bad case of indigestion for most plants. But, I find it a bit hard to believe that if people have large greenhouses, u are eventually bound to atleast have a couple of ladybugs which get trapped in pitchers.
Is this the final result in all these cases? I thought only stink bugs did this.
In either case, as you "EXPECT" of me, I am pretty disappointed. But, well...what can I do. I guess its a lesson learnt.