I live in Ludlow, England, and although a big lover of plants I know very little about the carnivorous ones.
I’ve recently purchased few for my kitchen window (indoors) from the garden centre:
Nepenthe x ventrata
Sarracenia - (small pitchers)
I’ve been keeping their pot trays in water, filled from the water butt.
The ambient temperature is in the 20’s c (70’s Fahrenheit) and it gets the morning sun.
I just wanted some help to make sure that I’m caring for them correctly.
The one that appears to be struggling is the Drosera. There has been a lot of dieback underneath the plant and there was white flecks on the plant, leading me to suspect aphids, and I treated this by immersing the plant in water for 48 hours and now it’s back on the window. It just doesn’t seam happy, so all advice is appreciated, I’ll try to attach a photo.
Also, the Dionaea has gone into flower, do I allow this or should I remote it?
Many thanks. Jenny