So here's my P. moranensis. I repotted it in 100% pure perlite (no vermaculite or APS locally), but I'm hesistant. I'm thinking of lowering the soil level a bit, I'm not sure how much capillary action the perlite has. (I.e., will an inch of water under the perlite get the moranensis's roots wet?)
I repotted my "titan" with a bit more Perlite in the mix. It was almost all peat moss before. Now it's got a good chunk of perlite in with it:
While I was doing so, I took 2 pullings of the titan (and a handful of moranensis pulls, which you can see in there). Here's my prop pot in general. You can see some of the mora pulls in there:
BTW, The Sarr is a mystery plant, the red VFT is "Gold Strike", and the baby VFTs are B52s. The Droseras are all Filiformis "Florida All Red".
And here's the two Titan pulls close up. I'm not sure I have them positioned good enough:
The moranensis pulls are probably not going to do much. I mostly did them to get the dead material out from under the moranensis, which was pushing it up and crushed together. By doing so, it doubled in size.
P. Moranensis. Drop the soil level? Mix in some peat moss?
P. Titan: How's it look? It hasn't grown at all since I got it, but it has a good set of roots, so... How are the pullings looking? Should I just place them in with the P. Moranensis? Or set up a pure perlite prop chamber? I have a domed pot from Dunecraft that I could fill with... anything, really.