for the past odd years of raising carnivorous plants, i've always noticed that when following the potted terrarium method, many people use pots that have drainage holes at the bottom. i know drainage holes are an necessity for certain species of carnivorous plants like Nepenthes, but are they necessary for Drosera, in my case specifically D. lanata?
i've never really liked the plastic pots that CPs grow in, and would like to plant it in something more presentable like this: http://www.crateandbarrel.com/family...c=1390&f=34146
although i would rather have it in black and thoroughly glazed. if not, i'd probably used glass vases instead.
i know to stay away from unglazed terracotta, or metal pots, but what about matte finishes?
any input would be greatly appreciated.