Okay, this is the second time this has happened. Right now, I've got 2 pitchers on my plant(gubler hybrid) and a tendril. One pitcher is going to open in maybe a week or so, the other is dying. It starts when you see the pitcher is closed. Of course, I think"I must be humidity" so I give it some water and put a PBj jar over the plant. The next day, however, the pitcher has shut completely, and the lid turns brownish read and feels leathery. This has progressed down the picher so it looks like a N. x Ventratas coloration. If it follows the life of the last pitcher this will go all the way to the bottom of the whole pitcher will be dead by the time the next one is ready to open.
Is this normal for a plant to only support one pitcher at a time. You guy'z pics of even juvie plants like mine tell otherwise.