Blocky71 Posted May 10, 2016 Report Share Posted May 10, 2016 Whilst having a clean up of my pots I found my 'Goldie's' flower had a caterpillar burrowed into it. A bit gutted as I wanted to try and ' cross ' this plant but will have to see how much damage has been done when it opens, suffice to say the ' bug ' met a nasty death at the end of a tooth pic. A day later and I just happened to be browsing the plants again and found this on the same plant ! Little sod has munched a hole right through my Goldies first pitcher, this one is now digesting in a nepenthes cup!. The flower still seems to be growing, not sure whether to cut this pitcher back now or leave it. I think looking at it damaged all season is going to be more of a wind up than just cutting it back now... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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