Yeah, I'm thinking red or orange given the leaves/pitchers turn such a brilliant red as they mature. It's sad, because it's still wintery most of the leaves are still green, ahh well. Soon enough the sun will come out and my poor little plant can blush once more. Might do it some good, poor overcrowded thing.
Does overcrowding pose a problem in the short term? The poor plant is still in the pot it came in which is a rather small plastic number, now the pitchers have gotten so large it's scrunched for space and occassionally we get rather deformed traps, though it's a rare occurance. I can make out what look like several growth points as the plant is getting massive. Should I make repotting a priority or will it be alright all scrunched up for a little while?
I'll be keeping an eye out for pearlite and peat and all those things. Anyone reccomend any particular british gardening stores? Also, what sort of water tray? Shall I get a pot within a pot or some similar arrangement or is there some better arrangement? currently it's sat in a bowl, yes a bowl. Not exactly the most tidy of states but it works. A larger pot however will require either a larger bowl or simply another larger shallower pot or tray to put the whole thing into. So glazed pottery is ok? I'm paranoid about killing this poor thing after it's not only lived but thrived under my amature and clueless hand oops.