Years ago Barry Rice distributed some U. humboldii seed from plants in cultivation. I was fortunate to obtain some (I believe there is an old post on this). As you can see from the pictures below for some reason stolons with bladders often grow out of the media. My...
Sarracenia leucophylla 'Hurrican Creek White'
This S. leucophylla is know for its beautiful white pitchers. Medium-large multi- point (three or more growth points) division was seed grown from seeds from the ICPS seed bank. One of my all time favorite Sarracenia.
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One of my favorite of the Mexican Pinguicula. Carnivorous leaves form a wide flat rosette and take on a pleasant purple green hue in good light.
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I'm not sure that is actually Sphagnum moss. It doesn't look right to me. However, LFS when first re-wet often blooms with fungus/mold that will go away on it's own once the anti-fungal properties of the moss kicks in. A couple of weeks usually. If not you can treat it with Physan 20 or dilute...
If it is making dew than it is probably doing fine. A period of acclimation is to be expected.
Having no idea of where abouts you are growing leaves us no clue to what your climate may be like.
Petiolaris in general like it warm and humid. By warm you're probably looking at from the 80s to low...
So here I am watching "Deadman's Curve" a 1978 bio-pic about the 60's Rock legend duo Jan and Dean. I couldn't help notice what those bags were in the back of the truck in the scene dramatizing Jan Barry's near fatal traffic accident.
Be careful around that stuff.
You can remove the media in one piece from the pot. Split the mass between the two plants without disturbing the roots then put the one in a deeper pot and cover the bare stem.
Like I said, D. regia is more robust than people give it credit for.
Here's the smaller Clone R1 which was repotted...