Ditto from me. Drosera can eat fungus gnats/flies, but aphids eat Drosera.
It would be so nice to start a new political party. Maybe name it, The Tea Party II for Americans, not racist anti-American douches that hate their neighbors? We need to reform our politics, not make them more partisan and dumber.
I wouldn't count on them for your aphid problem. I'd use pesticides if I were you.
I never said I had an aphid problem.
However you can see plenty of them stuck on the leaves of my little drosera forest surrounding most of my planters. They catch the aelates that fly around during spring. Obviously it will do nothing once established on a leaf.
Fantastic planter growing! Great pictures too. I have a box that looked like that except with S flava, minor & D filiformis. I let nature do it's thing, not moving any plants and the Sarracenias took over and eliminated the Drosera. I wonder if D. capensis, being one of the toughest sundews could maintain in a crowded mass of Sarracenia rhizomes?