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By jacobrichey134
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#361305
This is my first year growing this Sarracenia, and its pitchers used to stand tall, but now they fall over pretty much immediately after opening. Why is this? Is it bad?
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By optique
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#361323
it happens in nature they are clumped so the support each other. i try to keep mine bunched up to do the same.
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By Panman
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#361589
If they were just moved, then that can be it. While it is not as pretty, it won't hurt the plants. If it bothers you, you can put in a bamboo stake and tie them up. That is what I do with my flavas.

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