Why Are My Pitcher Plants Dry and Deformed?

My pitcher plants have a serious tendency to produce deformed traps. And they are drying. What is the problem?

Check how much liquid is in the pitcher plants. Fill it up 1/3 with water if there isn’t any. If possible, use rainwater; if not, use water that has been left outside for a full day.

If the pitcher is still filled with water, the absence of light causes distortion and the lack of humidity causes dryness.

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