Hey guys. QUestion. My sarracenia has 3 stems. Two of the stems might have gotten sun burnt (the tip was all yellow and looked shiveled/dry so I just cut it out). The 3rd stem has grown fine, but the other two stem has been like this for the past 2 months now (this photo was taken 3 weeks ago).
Do you guys think these two stems will ever grow a pitcher? or should I just trim it back down to the base?
I strongly suggest looking up how Sarracenia grow, and always doing research on a plant and its needs/habits before purchasing; those are not stems, those are leaves which are the pitchers. If it's not actively growing, it won't open into a mature pitcher. Both plants you have there are plants that require full sun to grow well, and currently look quite light-deprived and possibly high-humidity acclimated, meaning they need time to get used to both proper higher light levels and lower humidity before they will start growing healthy. They are temperate plants, which means if they think it's fall (if they are experiencing lower light levels or cooler temperatures) they will try to go dormant and halt growth as well. Lastly, that looks a lot like the Mosser Lee brand of sphagnum moss; while some people grow Sarracenia and Dionaea fine in sphagnum, I do not recommend it because of how sopping wet it tends to stay in Sarracenia growing conditions and a peat/sand mix is far better, and at the very least Mosser Lee is crap and a better quality should be used to avoid rot.