Hey all. Sorry to hijack this thread, but I figured I might as well ask here rather than open up a brand new thread.
I have a U. Gibba as well living in a pint mason jar a couple inches under some grow lights. It's been happily growing, but I haven't done anything to feed it. I have a loose mixture of peat at the bottom of the jar (the plant isn't touching the peat though). I read on here that I should be able to just grab some leaves from the back yard, toss it into the container and that will provide enough "bugs" for the thing to eat. Am I reading that right?
I really want the thing to flower and am thinking maybe just floating in the jar isn't providing enough food for it. The nearest lake has had problems with blue/green algae and I'd rather not introduce that into the jar so I'm opting away from a cup full of lake water.