I wanted to get some opinions on what I should do with this guy. I recieved this nepenthes from someone and it was on the brink of death. Seems like it was due to very hot and humid conditions with no airflow. I also suspect the soil might not have been the best either. I did however decided to keep it in the soil to prevent it from going into over shock, but put it in a better environment which help get it back to where it is now.
Anyway, my question is, since its doing much better now, should I repot it? I ask because its been in this healthier state for about a month now, but seems to not want to pitcher. I can't ask the previous owner what he used as the media, but I suspect some miraclegrow perlite was used. I'm also unsure of the type of nepenthes this is, so I was wondering what you thought the best media should be? Current media is very dense, mostly peat with very small sized perlite.
As always, thanks for the input