I hate bugs. Carnivorous plants get me.
- Apr 7, 2010
- Miami, FL
Many of the dormant rhizomes I received a couple weeks ago still had old pitchers and/or phyllodia from last season. Most are waking up, slowly but surely, but I'm wondering if the plants may be putting too much energy into trying to maintain the older leaves (some are still rather green) rather than new growth. Is there any merit to this, or am I making this up? I know many people trim off the browning stuff over the winter, but I also read to not touch anything still green