Start from 2006, Drosophyllum lived in my house. Each year, I planted new seeds that generated that year. So, it is around fifth generation.
It produced plenty of seeds this year then died this autumn. I put seeds in its mother¡¦s pot without any treatment. The first seedling happened around beginning of December but I killed it while I removed it as weed. I was so sad while I saw this baby plant put up by my hand. I replanted it but it died finally.
This second seedling I found this morning germinated without any treatment too. The seeds just threw into the pot. This fifth generation germinates itself without any help. I hope it already naturalized in my house.
They do not repel each other. Someone just made that up.
However, these are small bushes, so they do need some room to expand without choking each other like any other plant we grow.
Now is the time to transplant. If they get much larger, the roots will be too big the transplant will likely fail.
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 got very bad experience about transplant this plant. If I do so I may kill all of them. So I decided to remain them grow together. Since this plant scents of sweet I can smell just around it. And I found my plants had been fully covered by insects, So I thought I only need to provide enough water then they can catch enough insects to keep themselves grow up. But this is only my guess. I will update frequently to see what happen on these plants.
What is the humidity level for the plants in the pic? My RH recently is very high, some days reading 99%...and the leaves on the plant do not unfurl fully. The dew drops are also not as much as your plants.
I'll try and post a photo soon...to show how the leaves are still unfurled at the tips.
I am currently giving more light to the plant using flourescent tubes. Hopefully the plant will remain healthy as it is now growing its 4th leaf. The wind is very strong where it is growing...the Byblis plants bend all the way down to the pots despite being supported by sticks. So I wonder if that impact the Drosophyllum seedling's growth.
Watering is about once every 3-4 days or when the media dry out about 2" below surface. Would you suggest top watering or tray watering at the moment?