Today I have purchased my second (and third but more in another thread about it) carnivorous plant.
I believe that the plant was mislabeled as its label said Sarracenia sp. and though I have no clue what it means, from the looks of it the plant resembles S. purpurea instead.
It is planted in pure peat moss in small 3" plastic pot covered with clear plastic top.
I have filled the the pitchers with purified distilled water (MilliQ ) and plan on removing the cover ones I get home. Also, I have a larger pot filled with thoroughly washed (individually) and microwaved (in the pot sterilized with 3% peroxide) mixture of 1:1 peat:silica sand mixture and plan on repotting the plant in it. I will remove the plant with its original soil intact and replant as is.
Below are the pictures of the plant.
I would appreciate if someone could comment on my suspicion regarding the name and my repotting plants.
I also bought Garden Safe Neem Oil extract insecticide/fungicide. Should I spray the soil with it as a precaution?
Additionally, currently there are frozen bloodworms in my fridge and betta bites pellets.
Can these be used to feed the plant, or do I need to buy small meal-worms or something from a pet store to feed the plant something alive to trigger the digestion mechanism?