I keep both tropical pitcher plants (Nepenthes) as well as American types (Sarracenia). The Sarracenia I have in bog containers in my koi pond. My question is: in almost all my containers, the plants will produce traps, but the traps typically topple over and get in the water where they'll turn black and die. Recently, I have one Sarracenia minor that produced a particularly long trap. I've been keeping my eye on it and as of this morning, it also toppled over. I got some wooden stakes and made a support for it so the trap is standing upright again.
What does that mean that so many of my Sarracenia plants are falling over? All input would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much.