I live in zone 7 and the plant has been outside all summer. It started off as a single "death cube" plant in a 3in pot I found at the hardware store almost a year ago. It hasn't properly undergone dormancy yet, as it was flowering this time last year (It has produced 6 different flower shoots since I've had it) so I was hoping the cooler weather would help it go dormant.
Well, it dropped below 0C last night and a bunch of leaves as well as the flower seems to have sustained heavy damage and/or died. It's growing in a 4in pot with pure sphagnum moss. The water is rainwater as it's been raining- I haven't watered it since August. It caught the flies by itself, I haven't fed it since moving it outside in March.
While the older leaves have been slowly dying off for the past few weeks, this is the most "wilting" I've seen in one night, along with discoloration the likes of which I've never seen. Some of the traps that were still digesting flies died too. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. it's been growing so well, I would hate to lose it.