I got a very small clump of U. Livida a little over a year ago. I used a mixture of peat and perlite as a substrate, and placed it in a water tray next to my sundews (due to space constraints), under a set of fluorescent lights, and where the temperature range is approximately 20-25 deg. Celsius.
Since then, it has taken over most of the pot (10cm/4in diameter and 7.5cm/3in height) along with some kind of moss. The roots are very long - coming out of the pot - in a picture below you can see a small plantlet which apparently grew in the water tray.
So it appears the plant doesn't suffer...however, the leaves are quite small and it has never flowered, so conditions are probably not optimal (as expected).
I now have more space, so I can make some changes. Any tips on what I should change? Should it be re-potted to a larger pot? Only top-watering?