Sarracenia & Rainy days
Has anyone ever wonder how come Sarracenias have not evolved any system to prevent the pitchers from gathering too much water and bending over during rain storms?
It seems that the pitcher after it falls, it rarely goes back no normal. So the plant will lose that means of catching insects till the next one grows.
Perhaps they do not need to eat as much as they do and can afford pitchers dropping to the sides.
What do you think.