I'm Zach, a 3rd year finance student at the University of Florida. I just decided to try my hand at growing a few D. muscipula after a friend got one from his mom. Needless to say I was jealous and had to have one myself.
I eventually ended up with my friend's plant, as well as a second one that a girl gave me, still in the tiny plastic pots you would buy them from Wal-Mart in. They had already split so I decided to re-pot them in separate containers (solo cups).
I put each little plant, as well as the "mother" plants in their own solo cups filled with 50% peat humus and 50% perlite and after watering them with distilled water. In case you didn't catch it already, PEAT HUMUS IS NOT WHAT YOU WANT FOR VFTS. Being a complete newbie, I thought peat was peat until I did a little research. Turns out you want sphagnum peat. Peat humus is a mixture of peat with humus, which I learned was a nutrient rich type of soil. If you know anything about vfts, you don't want nutrients in the medium.
Either way, I have to go pick up some sphagnum peat tomorrow and re-re-pot all my vfts. I'll put up pictures when I'm done.
In the meantime, here's one of the smallest ones in the original wal-mart pot.
It's hard to see but you get the point.
Hopefully updates tomorrow!