So...Back in high school I used to have a little terrarium of carnivorous plants. I moved away to college and grad school, leaving them in the care of my mom (bless her and her acceptance of my hobbies) for 10+ years.
Now that's a long time and a lot of them weren't good terrarium plants (I was young and in New Mexico and thought humidity was Very Important) so they're pretty much all gone now when I'm finally getting back into growing.
Except for one! One 12ish year old, stunted, Lowe's deathcube Nepenthes possibly-ventrata has survived in there this whole time, thanks to my mom's faithful distilled-only watering and grow light maintenance.
It has never been repotted.
I would like to bring it in to my new collection and rehabilitate it, but I live across the country now and neither of us has ever shipped a live plant before. Does anyone have any advice on how best to do that?
Also, once I get it here, should I put it in the kind of great big massive pot it deserves or should I increase the container size more gradually?