I just joined this forum and this is my first post...
I have been more of a water gardener (2500 gal pond), but received a pitcher in a trade in May 2002. I've decided I would like to get more into carnivorous plants.
Anyways, onto my question. But first, a little more background...
I just read that carnivorous plants should generally be repotted in March. Lucky me. I just repotted a week or so ago. Then it says that all of the soil should be replaced since some nutrients would have developed in the old soil, and that soil for cp's must be nutrient-free.
Shortly after I repotted (I divided into 2 pots as well), both plants developed a flower bud. I got my first flowers! I didn't even know that these things flowered. It also said that actively growing plants should not be repotted.
So what should I do? Should I wait another year to repot? I'm thinking it might be better to repot and suffer those consequences rather than have the plant die on me because I have bad soil. And what are the consequences of repotting an actively growing plant?