Though I'm obviously not planning any dividing until much later this year, I'm looking ahead and anticipating. One problem I forsee is this: several of my plants are pretty impressive in size. I have a Sarracenia x catesbaei, for example, that is specimen-sized. As I look at the base of the plant, though, it seems the plant has formed a very tight clump instead of forming a longer rhizome. There are many, many growth points emanating from the original center of the plant, resulting in a full, bouquet-like plant. Do I even consider dividing this when the time comes or do I risk causing too much damage. Other large plants in my collection have formed multiple growth points along the tuber and will be easier to divide. This one, and a few others like it, won't be so easy.
Thanks in advance,