It seems like every garden center I visit (except Home Depot, in MN) has a few Nepenthes hanging around here-and-there. Once in a while I will see one that stands out and I buy it.
One thing that I wonder is what to do with the potting media? Usually it is not really the greatest stuff in the world -certainly not what I would use.
However, is it really worth repotting? What do you think?
I believe, to a certain extent, that if the plant was growing healthy and happy in its pot at the garden center, that the soil must not be too awful bad. "but still"
Should the repotting be done as soon as possible -ie, right after return from the store?
Sometimes I figure "might as well get it all done at once." The plant is already freaking out because it has been transported out of it's home into a new environment. Repotting may not do too much more harm (no the other hand, it may make the shock twice as intense).