I used to have sars, various VFT's, a ceph, 2x cobra's, various drosera (pygmy, cape's, and others) and a couple of nep's.
I lost a couple in a big aussie heatwave we had around 2015 (2-3weeks constantly over 40c) but the majority were lost when the ex wife decided they looked thirsty and deliberately gave them a drink of roundup out of spite.
about 12mth ago i got a couple of common VFT's and a Sar from a local hardware store and they've been doing very well.
A week ago i ordered some more of my fav's from triffid park (victoria, australia)
drosera adelae, capensis red, capensis alba, Binata.
VFT akai ryu + shark tooth.
and my all time fave, the cobra plant.
As we're now at the start of winter i've just purchased a cheap LED grow light which arrived last night. One day at full power for 9hrs, and 3 of the drosera are already showing considerable dew on their leaves.
I plan to have the cobra skip one year of dormancy to give it a head start before spring. I did this many years ago with an ordinary fluro tube, and the plant was considerably bigger and healthier than its sibling which was left outside to go through dormancy. I did let it go into dormancy the following year though.
this is the cheapo light i got. the clip is a bit meh' when clamped onto a pot but the light works well.
I'll get a rack sometime this week and clamp it on that. Maybe one of the cheap $20 plastic green houses, and just use the rack (not the plastic)
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