Here some pics of my d.capensis flower stalk. First pic is Feb.19
This i from Feb 28
Here is a pic of my baby d.adelae ive only had for about two weeks
Here are my scorpioides gemmae on Feb 23
Scorpioides Feb 28
Scorpioides Mar 3rd
And this is to show that u dnt need a expensive terrarium or high humidity to grow these plants. Well not that expensive if you make your own terrarium. Heres my million dollar setup.
They're beautiful shots, I love seeing them. Thanks for posting them!
@gerris2 thank you. Just wanted to post some pics to c what people had to say. Heres an update on scorpioides 3/11/13
My spatulata x capensis hybrid
D. Intermedia cuba. Waiting on stalk to dry to collect my seeds yay.
Drosera sp. pretty rosette i believe. Recently transplanted its just getting settled in.
I bought a Drosera spathulata plant at the Philadelphia Flower Show this past weekend. It is in a small pot but it seems to have at least 10 plants all crammed together. I like your happy looking plants. I've some other Drosera seedlings I've been trying to grow out from seeds. I need to look at them to see if they're still in this world. The long fiber sphagnum moss has awakened and it is hard to find the small CPs amongst the forest of green from the moss.
The same thing happenned to me now i now why everyone says to use dead spaghnum so they stand out.
Scorpioides March 17