Q.pitcher plant not producing any pitchers
I live in Pennsylvania. My plant was doing great last summer. I brought it indoors for the winter and removed all of the dead pitchers. This spring I put the plant back outside but no new pitchers are forming.
Does the plant look healthy otherwise? How does the foliage look - is it growing new leaves?
Under what conditions was it stored over winter? Was it in a garage or unheated basement? Pitcher plants require a period of dormancy in order to stay healthy.
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