How Much Does the Pitcher Plant Eat in One Month?

Pitcher plants grown outdoors do not require feeding, as they catch their own food. Plants grown indoors require one to two smallish-sized insects (that are still alive) every two weeks, according to Ohio State University. In winter, plants go dormant and do not require food.

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