I planted a darlingtonia in my outdoor bog last August, and it has really taken a liking to the climate. However, it is already showing signs of being an aggressive colonizer, so I want to move it to a smaller bog, as its present neighbors are VFTs and trumpet pitchers - and I don't trust it with those!
Rather than removing daughter plants, I want to give it an entire bog for itself, maybe with some sundews. Is now a bad time to move it? Any thing I should be aware of? Thanks in advance!
Thanks, unstuckintime! My darlingtonia does seem quite happy - dispute having a few warped and gnawed on pitchers from slug attacks in spring (God, I loathe slugs). I would like to move it now because I don't want it to get too big in its present location, and because I have a couple of Sarracenia minor Okefenoke giants that will be need the spot.