Pitcher plant

Asked February 12, 2020, 3:26 PM EST

I have the plant hanging in an East window about 4' off of the ground. I have a well and water it from that period I have not yet fertilized it. It is in the original material that it came from the nursery in .

Prince George's County Maryland

1 Response

We are not sure what your question is?

Pitcher plants are carnivorous, similar to venus fly traps. Carnivorous plants usually grow on nutrient-poor soils and need high humidity, damp soil and sunlight. Small ones are good for terrariums.
There are many types of pitcher plants, but given their challenge as a houseplant, we are not finding them listed in our houseplant books. You would be best to search the web for photos of the type of pitcher plant that you have and explore best care and cultural options.