I recently repotted a little Green Dragon *(got it from this site in February) because it was totally being squashed by the large leaves of its big brother. I noticed that this tiny plant had 5 inch long roots. I had just put my 4-year old Common VFT in the fridge bare root for hibernation and its roots were just one inch long.
Does anyone know if Green Dragon roots are supposed to be that much longer? I know they're aggressive growers but this plant is very young with only four traps and my Common is 4 years old.
Also, are my Common VFT roots supposed to be that short? I'm a bit concerned after seeing the Green Dragon's roots that perhaps something is munching on my Common. *[img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]