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    Quote (rubrarubra @ Aug. 16 2003,04:05)
    Sorry, but what's atl?

    Mature pitchers do not adjust to change in humidity, but pitchers produced in low humidity will be more resilient and will last longer. Full sun will still burn any pitchers, so as long as you provide some shade during the summer you will have great looking plants.
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    o and should i move it to all shade
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    o and should i move it to all shade[/QUOTE]

    I have my plants getting sun in the morning and part sun the rest of the day; you don't get much coloration in the pitchers if they are in full shade.

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