burning new saracenia?
I just recieved my order from california carnivores: an s. leucophylla and an s. 'judith hindle'.
They both seem to be dormant right now (judith hindle has phyllodia and the leucophylla has its pitchers cut down from the nursery) and I placed them both on my north facing back porch the first day I got them. Now I've put them on my south facing patio thats gets LOTS of sun. In the last day, the judith hindle as developed a sort of brownish hue climbing up the phyllodia; in some pictures I've seen of this plant that coloration appears to be normal.
Or is it?
Could it have developed this coloration that quickly? Or am I putting into a state of shock and burning it with such a quick movement into brighter light?
The problem here is I'm not sure of the growing conditions, amount of sunlight, etc at California Carnivores.
Please help me out.