Thanks guys for the comments. I live in Connecticut where we have pretty high humidity and usually good sunlight. Unfortunately the only leaves that are producing dew is the ones which are newly growing. When I first got my sundew, I took it out right away which put it into shock, and now the leaves from before don't produce any dew. When a leaf is first growing, is it ok to put a bug where the dew is? Meaning if it isn't fully developed can I still put a bug in it? Also, you guys said it wasn't good to move my plant around a lot. Should I just leave them in the same spot? I'm asking this because I also have a Sarracenia and a Venus Flytrap. I move those and they're both growing extremely well.
Oh and one more thing. As you might've seen in the pics, my spatulatas have had a flower stalk growing. When should I take off the seed pods? Then how many seeds should I put in each pot? I'm thinking of putting all the pots in a big tray with water in the bottom (tray method). Should I just keep the seeds in direct sunlight just as I'm doing with my fully grown sundews? Sorry for asking so many questions. I have just one more. Does using the tray method ever over water your plants?
Thanks so much everyone,
I'd wait with feeding untill the leaf has completely formed, this way the leaf can completely wrap around the food, and therefor digesting it faster.
I normally take the seed pods off when seeds fall out if i touch the pod, and i normally overload a pot if i have enough seeds (200 seeds per 9cm diam. pot) and i treat my seeds as regular plants, so yes they do get full sunlight a few hours a day, and so far had no issues