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Thanks RL, I appreciate it. Sounds like it will grow just fine in live sphagnum moss.
I mentioned earlier in this thread that I placed a young D. regia outside (in San Diego). It's planted in a mix of LFS and perlite (about 70/30) and it's doing great so far, pumping out several dewy leaves. Our weather has been especially chilly here lately, so it'll be interesting to see if it flourishes once we get closer to summer.
I do not have a media of choice really, I use a number of different ones for this and all of them seem to do well. The one pictured is (IIRC) equal parts PBM/perlite/sand. I have some in straight PBM and some in 2/1 perlite/LFS and some in my tuberous/petiolaris/S. African winter growing Drosera mix.
The one you are getting was in last of those I think (hard to remember as I shipped 4 out at that time... If Ozzy does not repack them and they are in my original bag then look at the roots and you should be able to get a general idea of which media it was)
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