I have grown three drosera species from seeds (Drosera Capillaris, Drosera Burmannii, Drosera Spatulata) using the Ziploc bag technique and have removed the bags once the seedlings were noticeably sized (they are in pots immersed in water trays and being supplemented by a compact fluorescent bulb on a timer), but they haven't actually changed at all in probably about 3 months--they haven't really grown bigger or anything, and the plants are only maybe 1 mm in size at most. Is this normal, or are the plants just dead? How long do they take to grow? I've read that you can feed them to help the process, but these seedlings are so tiny that I doubt they are capable of digesting anything at their current size. What do I do?
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