Joined: Tue Jun 22, 2021 12:47 am
This came up in another thread with my drosera spatulata, but I've been wondering if my plant is ok.
It's sprouted a flower about a month ago and it's been growing along really well. The flower stalk is incredibly tall now, and I can see all the seed pods. I used to grow it outside under the Georgian sun, but moved it inside after it started getting really cold about a month ago. After I moved it inside, it went from being green to red, and started making a lot more dew than it used to, and was very healthy and started growing the flower stalk.
However, the plant itself is looking a bit rough. It used to be SUPER dewy with every leaf very boogery looking, but now the bottom leaves are dried up. The leaves at the top are still making dew, but the other leaves are starting to dry up and look a bit brown.
I fed it for the first time in 3 weeks yesterday, so some of the top leaves are curled up now, but do I need to do anything?
Growing conditions: It's currently indoors under my Yescom 225, on the edge of the grow panel's light range. My phone's light meter says it's getting around 13,000 LUX, and it's way below the panels so it shouldn't be burning up or anything. I keep it sitting in a tray of distilled water, refilling after a day or two after it runs dry. Usually around 65-70 degrees right now in the room its in.
Pictures of it below: