Anyways, there was a lot of plants is the point. And some were so small, you could blow on it too hard and miss it.
I received probably around 40 divisions so I had to manually sort through them picking through the sphagnum.
I went through everything two times just to make sure I wasn't leaving any precious flytraps behind.
I figured I'd keep the sphagnum just because it looked relatively new and ripe for reuse. I placed it in a dark corner in my house.
Fast forward to today Aug 7, and while I was looking at my supplies, I saw the sphagnum. But I saw something green. I opened the bag to reveal there was a scraggly light deprived dehydrated flytrap growing in the completely sealed bag. That's nearly 7 weeks it was in a bag!
I'm absolutely mind boggled by this. I feel like the internet makes flytraps out to be such sensitive plants. And yet this thing sat completely neglected without any water source and the very low level lightning of standard house light bulbs (possibly with indirect window light).
I had such a happy grin on my face to see this plant fight through that whole period of time and somehow manage to grow with basically nothing.
I promptly potted the plant and will acclimate it to the outdoors soon. You can see that despite this being a "Maroon Monster" it's completely green from the light deprivation.