I have seen people on this forum saying that Flytraps can thrive when planted in long fibre sphagnam moss... as a backstory, my flytrap is currently not looking in the best of shape (I’m fairly sure it’s on its last legs unfortunately). I thought it was going into dormancy for winter but the traps have been growing back smaller and smaller over the past couple of months, and we are currently in summer in Australia, and right now I’m looking at a pot full of soil and the tiniest most pathetic little sprout (around 2mm high).... im watering regularly with demineralised water and it gets plenty of sunlight so I’m thinking it may be the soil, considering repotting to try and save the bulbs, which do still look white luckily. It’ll be my last ditch attempt before I give up
So I bought some moss from a gardening shop (assisted by a woman who had never heard of people using moss in flytrap soil and looked at me like I was an idiot).
Anyway she gave me this stuff which I’m doubting is the right kind of moss. Can someone give some advice? Can I re plant the bulbs in this?