I wanted to post some pictures of my Drosophyllum. I've had it for 2 months, and it's been growing outside in a 2-foot diameter terra-cotta pot. The first two photos were taken when I first got it and transplanted it.
It never fails to amaze me how many insects this plant manages to catch. It appears to exclusively catch flying insects; there are usually ants walking on the substrate but I've never seen them get caught before.
I don't think the plant has broken out of the peat pot it came in yet. I hope it gets bigger once it does.
Thanks! It's one of the few plants that actually thrive even when I'm not at home. My Nepenthes hasn't pitchered in years and the low humidity really makes it hard for my Drosera. I even lost a binata because I didn't water it enough on a hot day. So there are ups and downs living in this climate. I wish I was able to easily grow Nepenthes outside without a greenhouse.