I live in NE Florida where I have a bunch of native CPs already. I've collected some that are growing on my land as well as recently purchased a few Sarrs to round out my collection of native Florida species. I'm wanting to pot them up so I can have them in my back yard to enjoy without having to go slog through the woods to a bog. I have a 16" diameter pot. The planned stocking is all six Florida Sarrs that are either mature or nearly mature. All plants have a single growth point. I will also ideally include Pings and Droseras from the yard. I have one, maybe two species of Ping and two, maybe three species of Drosera. Utriculara subulata is also present, but I won't be intentionally gathering any of those. I'm sure I'll get some regardless.
Anyhoo, my questions are as follows:
• If I live in native CP land, is there any reason to assume that shoveling some of my yard dirt into the pots would be bad?
• I have a 16" diameter pot. Would my planned stock work, or should I take it back and find something bigger?
• I assume that even though I'm in the native range, I'd need a way to make sure the pot stays wet. Correct?
• Is there any reason to think that my well water would be bad for the plants? It is untreated and AFAIK the same thing they're getting anyway.
Here's pics of the pot and the planter to hold the water: