It grew OK but died before flowering and reproducing.
Today I see that two Proboscidea parviflora seeds have germinated from that flat.
I left it sitting outside over Winter, stratifying the remaining seeds.
Devil's Claw is an interesting plant.
It has tentacular glands and mucilage like Drosera but it is not technically carnivorous.
It attracts and kills numerous insects but it does not digest them.
When it dies back, being an annual, the insects rot and give the next generation of Devil's Claw the benefit of their nutritious corpses.
Here's a link to some neat info: https://www.carnivorousplants.org/grow/ ... DevilsClaw
Wish me luck.
I learned from my mistakes last year.
This year I hope to get seeds to donate to the Seed Bank, or give away.