I forgot to turn on the heat in my greenhouse and my Miranda got hit with cold temps. for a couple of days. It looks brown and crispy, except for three green leaves. What do I need to do - cut it back or leave it alone? Thanks for any help.
The cold hit my Nepenthes 'Miranda'
I am glad you brought this up Kay because even though I brought mine in, mine did the same thing. I had 2 plants in the same pot and one is completely gone. I cut all the brown, crispy leaves off; but left the root system...hoping that it comes back. The other one only has a few leaves left and no pitchers
Since the plant is carnivorous and all the pitchers are gone...will it find another way to feed until it starts growing pitchers again?
Carnovorous plants get most of their energy from light, bugs are like desert. No need to really feed them.
It would help if you could post a photo of that Nepenthes KayJones.
Oh my. They look really dry. And dead. They need to kept moist at all times.
You could but I don't give them most hope. The first photo plant I'd chuck out. The second photo I'd cut out all the dead stuff and cross your fingers for the little green you have left to take off and grow.