So here’s the problem:
I had 100% fully planned on doing a hard repot as soon as the weather warmed up. Now that it has, I’m hesitant. It’s currently in a 4 inch pot of 50/50 completely decomposed dead LFS and the live stuff. Generally I subscribe to the school of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” but I’m afraid that tiny pot is going to roast (I live in West Central Florida), plus the medium being old as time can’t be good for it. This is a really long winded way of asking: should I risk shocking the poor thing AGAIN to slip pot it into something bigger, deeper, *white insulated plastic* and more appropriate, or wing it and let that first pitcher come uninterrupted? Should I let it ride one more season?
I live just off the gulf coast of Florida. Plant is kept in my shade house, which gets around 3 hours of direct morning sun, with extremely bright dappled sunlight the rest of the day. Nighttime temps are in the mid 60’s(F), and days don’t get much over 85 (F), but it happens occasionally.
I always knew keeping this particular plant cool would be a struggle, but was hoping the Veitchii parentage and a big enough pot would help it survive the Florida summer. Lord knows I’ve been wrong before though. I really really appreciate any advice, and thanks for reading if you made it this far. Happy Spring![/img]