A few days back I posted a pic of my grow rack and discussed many of the visible plants, but I never really mentioned the seeds I had sown. Back in November 2014 I sowed seeds of 3 different species of Drosera. Drosera capillaris “long arm”, Drosera trinervia, and Drosera spatulata var “Lovellae.” Here are some pics of the seeds that have germinated as of 1/6/2015. I realize they are a bit hard to see, but they’re looking better each day. I am eager to post a photo update showing tons of dewy plants in the future.
I also discovered something that I found quite interesting when inspecting & feeding my plants today. Take a look further down the page at my D. aliciae!
While continuing to check-up on my seedlings and feeding my other adult plants I could not help but notice my Drosera aliciae appeared to be growing 2 distinct “crowns.” Up until today I did not think this was possible. Fortunately after discussing this with several veteran growers, and comparing before/after photos, I’ve concluded that the growing “crown” of my Drosera aliciae has divided into 2 distinct plants. Advanced growers have advised me to just let nature run its course and see how things play out.