Quote Originally Posted by scottychaos View Post

larger can be bad..more media means more chances for media decay and anaerobic spots.
and some say smaller pots and being somewhat rootbound = larger sarracenia pitchers.
Interesting. I have traditionally went for pots at least six inches deep, preferably deeper. The Holy Grail for me is a pot anything around nine inches deep and a width of adequate size for the intended plant. I have always done this in an effort to get the longest roots possible. They are capable of getting quite long in deep pots: at least eight inches or more. I also thought the extra media would keep the soil consistent in temperature.

Hearing that pitchers get bigger in smaller pots makes me reconsider this though. I was wanting to repot all of my stuff over the winter in the same model of pot (hopefully square) and have a decision to make, it seems.

Thanks for the new info, gang!