I was trimming off some old brown pitchers from some plants I bought the other day. I noticed a difference in depth between how I potted and how the plants from the nursery are potted.
This is mine:
(Also, is that curly growth normal in the picture of mine?)
And this is from the nursery:
You can see the roots in that one!
I almost think I should repot mine and raise the growth points out a little more. I'm also debating repotting my VFTs, or at least lifting them straight up and adding more soil beneath, because they're kind of low in the planter (2" beneath rim?) and the planter itself shades it sometimes. If I repotted all the VFTs, I'd get to add a top coating of LFS, which is beautiful compared to just peat and perlite. But that whole dealie could be a separate thread.
(I also wish I potted my x catesbaie and red bugs with an LFS top coating, but I only did an LFS top coating for my purpurea, rubra, judith hindle, and scarlet belle.
I think I'm just rambling at this point. :-\ Any comments on anything are appreciated.