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Damaged new growth?

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May 22, 2017
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Welp. I messed up and accidentally gave my sarracenia too much sun too quickly and burned the upper half of all the new pitcher nubs and they've appeared to stop growing. What happens next?

Have I lost any new growth for the year? Or will the plant abort these pitchers and start over? Should I trim off the burnt parts?

The rhizome looks fine, I'm just still very new to sarracenia and am pretty bummed in my mistake.
 
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If they've been burnt badly enough you probably won't see growth on those particular pitchers. It's not an issue though, as new pitchers will be produced through the growing season and those should be adjusted to your light. Don't go and trim the pitchers. They could still photosynthesize.
 
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