I have four D. adelae clumped together in a small (<3") pot. It looks to be in pure LFS. While I like the compactness of the arrangement, it looks like a dense jungle in there with leaves sticking together fighting each other for sun. There is even a baby sprout sticking out of a bottom drainage hole underwater!
I'd like to move them to a 5-6" pot and give them a little more room to grow, while keeping them all in the same pot. I don't know if they are all offshoots of one plant or are separate entities with their own root structures. Is there an easy and safe way to tell?
Can I separate them safely, or should I just leave them clumped together and move them to a bigger pot?
And is there a good way to accomplish this without disturbing the dew too much? This is a very bushy and sticky all over plant.