How Y'all are!?
This is my first posting here, so be gentle with me.
I have a 15"-18" plastic pot full of Cape Sundews, at least two types(color forms) with an unknown Sarr growing with them. This was purchased at our local Fair about 5 years ago. It has since been infested with the everspreading Baby's Tears we have here.
I am not sure where to put the blame on this, but the plants did not seem to grow as large this year as in the past. Would it be from the Baby's Tears, or just need to be repotted?
I was planning on repotting them soon in 1/2 peat 1/2 sand. I am ignorant as to how to transplant these dews and Sarr, do I remove as much root as possible with a spoon, just use water to rinse the roots, or leave some of the soil on the roots.
After seeing some of the beauties here that Y'all grow, I know my plants are not at their full potential. I want to change that.
Thanks for helping a long dormant lover of the CP's