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By andynorth
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I was watering my plants today and I found these 2 small holes on my Extreme Green pitcher plant and I am seeing that although my plants seem to all be doing well, several of them have very thin pitchers. Can anyone help maybe identify or explain please? I can get more pics if needed. Thank you
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I can't tell what you mean by "thinner than normal". Are the walls thinner so they're falling over? Or could it be that they're early pitchers so the plant hasn't had an opportunity to put out bigger pitchers yet, and you just need to be patient and let Mother Nature take care of it to see the bigger pitchers later in the season?
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ChefDean wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 2:19 am I can't tell what you mean by "thinner than normal". Are the walls thinner so they're falling over? Or could it be that they're early pitchers so the plant hasn't had an opportunity to put out bigger pitchers yet, and you just need to be patient and let Mother Nature take care of it to see the bigger pitchers later in the season?
I will get better pics tomorrow. Several pitchers are slimmer and are falling over.
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