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By Caitb11
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Hi! I have a Sarracenia leucophylla that arrived in dormancy. It’s my first one, so I just wanted to make sure what’s happening is normal.
So, it’s been growing RAPIDLY. But, only one stem and is getting very very tall. Other than height, it hasn’t changed much though there is the tiniest adorable little pitcher shape developing at the top.
I’m concerned it’s starting to fall over and had been told not to re-pot it until you could see roots through the bottom of the pot? I’ll attach a couple of photos.
Any advice and/or idea if this is normal is greatly appreciated!
When first arrived, about a month ago
When first arrived, about a month ago
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By ChefDean
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Yeah, that's pretty normal. Take a skewer or find a long, sturdy stick and loosely twist tie the pitcher to the stick to support it.
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By Caitb11
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Thank you! I’ll do that. Should I be concerned that there’s no other shoots coming up other than the one? And should I re-pot it in something larger at this point

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