Got 2 adult seedgrown sarrs back in August, and since then they have not been producing any pitchers. In the alloted amount of time, the pitchers have all died off, leaving 2 red rhizome bulbs with a bunch of spikes on them. Is this normal? The "spikes" look like tiny forming phyllodia which have stayed the same size since I got the plants.
Soil: Peat/perlite, LFSM top dressing
Light: 10 hrs/day of natural sun (less now since it's winter)
Water: very wet. It's been raining hard for the past month or so and none of my plants have protection, so it's like a swamp in my grow rack RN
All opinions/ replies are appreciated,
Dionaea M. 'Fused Tooth'
Dionaea M. 'Alien'
Dionaea M. 'Scarlatine'