I have two Utricularia longifolia that had been grown in peat moss when I purchased them and I want to transplant them into long-fibered sphagnum moss. However, the pieces of long-fibered sphagnum are pretty big and I'm not sure how to make sure the bladders are completely covered since they are on stalks as thin as threads.
Also, I'm not sure how to pot a few tiny longifolia plants. I have a few with stolons an eighth of an inch or less, and I'm worried that they won't have enough "roots" to fully pot in long-fibered sphagnum. Anyone have any advice? It just seems like long-fibered sphagnum isn't really suitable for plants with really fine root systems, especially if they are juvenille.