- Fri Jul 30, 2021 12:46 pm
The roots are fine, repot it in fresh media.
However, reading through the thread, and looking at your pics, I noticed a couple of concerns.
You said it was bought from a florist, so it's likely greenhouse raised and not used to the direct sunlight. I would put it is a spot that gets 2 or 3 hours of direct morning sunlight, then shade for the rest of day. Let it finish acclimating.
The heat you cited, up to 40°C, will definitely cause issues with a "soft" plant, especially on the older pitchers. You didn't say what your local humidity was, but at those temps it's hard for the plant to stay hydrated. The shade during the hottest part if the day will help.
Last, it was planted too deep. The rhizome should ideally have about 1/3 of it exposed. It having been planted too deep wouldn't have caused the crispy traps, but wouldn't have been good for the plant long term.
Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is that I make bad decisions.