Why, after a period of slowed/no/mal-formed growth is the first pitcher a Nepenthes pops out decidedly smaller (and I'm talking about like half the size here) than what the plant should be making? Even if the leaf it grows in is normal sized. All of my plants do this after suffering through the winter outside and I'm wondering if anyone has a theory. The second pitcher they grow in is more appropriately sized, of course. My only thought is that it was still 'sorta crappy' conditions when the first one grew in so it was small.