Cryosis7 wrote: ↑Sun Jun 13, 2021 8:54 pm
I'd love some advice on how to best prepare them for the rest of winter and the following spring.
I have both peat/perlite and NZ sphagnum, do sundew take a preference?
Also what size pot should I be looking at - and will it need to be replanted again soon?
Any other advice?
Those leaf cuttings look like Drosera filiformis, maybe Drosera tracyii.
The ones I grew were happy in a 50/50 mix of peatmoss and perlite.
I use a 4 inch pot that is about 4 or 5 inches deep so I never have to repot them again.
But I do tend to overdo things.
I'm in Southeast Wisconsin near Milwaukee in the US.
I grow them outside in trays from May until Fall, when the night temperatures hit 32F.
Then I bring them inside for Winter under lights and somewhat reduced water.
Threadleaf Sundews are mostly temperate plants.
They form a Hibernaculum, Winter resting bud, when they go dormant.
They start growing again in Spring.
As always, this is just my 02¢ worth.