- Sun Jul 26, 2015 11:38 pm
Not all Pinguicula will rot in 100% LFS - the temperate species and some of the Mexican species with homophyllous growth type (e.g. P. emarginata) do well in it.
Smaller terrestrial Utricularia like U. pubescens while adaptable, will definitely struggle in it. LFS is simply too big and chunky for some species. Conversely, certain epiphytic species may not like how wet 100% LFS is (though many do well in it).
As mentioned before, Drosophyllum will definitely die in straight LFS, and Cephalotus may rot in it. Some Nepenthes may also find it too wet.
Other than that, some Drosera and Genlisea do better in peat mixes, but generally won't die (with the exception of the tuberous species).
But what works for one person may or may not work for someone else, etc. It's best to try find the mixes that work for you.
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