About two months ago, I bought a terribly light-starved P. moranensis. It has since started throwing out new leaves and there are several tiny rosettes growing out of the sides.
On the other hand, the plant seems to be struggling to produce mucilage. New leaves are usually covered in it, but right after unfurling they dry out and stay that way. It is my first ping ever and I have no experience in growing them. I'd like to ask, whether the reason for their weak dew production is dry dormancy, or something else.
The ping is planted in a peat-sand mixture on a windowsill. I water it about once a week, keeping it moist, but not too wet and not standing in water. It gets about 3 hours of afternoon sun right now, bright indirect light the rest of the day. The humidity levels are around 30-40%, due to it being winter, although my sundews are all dewy - so I don't think humidity is an issue.