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By Schwartzenator
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Joined:  Sun May 16, 2021 7:40 pm
So I recently got a cobra lily from a green house in New York. I put it in my bog garden which only gets rain water and has untreated peat moss with a layer of dead then live sphagnum. It has recently had the "fangs" of the plant turn brown and all of the smaller pitchers have turned brown. All of my pitchers are sending up flowers or new pitchers. Could this just be due to transplant shock and should be fine? Or is the hibernation cycle just out of sync with my climate? I live in central ohio between zone 5 and 6, it is currently spring so it has been 60°F during the day and low 40s °F during the night.
By Schwartzenator
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Joined:  Sun May 16, 2021 7:40 pm
Here are some pictures. There are no new pitchers coming up that I can see.
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By Schwartzenator
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Joined:  Sun May 16, 2021 7:40 pm
The rest of the pictures apperently didn't load. Here are the rest
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