Nutrient-Mining by Noncarnivores
I'm slightly excited because today I was able to rescue about 20 1-gallon pots FULL of overgrown mature sarracenias from a nursery here in georgia. 50 cents a pot, too!! Bad management practices as well as a horrible ongoing drought basically brought most of them to near-death, or so the nursery thought--really, they're just entering dormancy and are way overfertilized and underwatered.
Anyway, I found after I'd put them in my bog that they were potted in regular potting soil, which I had thought was regular peat moss... it's now spread throughout. My question is, any ideas on how to handle this?
Also, I have been wondering lately: what if noncarnivores, which need and use nutrient-rich soil, were planted in a slightly fertilized bog? Would they be able to remove all those nutrients?