My cape sundew was growing very poorly outside due to the heat, as I've posted here before last time, so I moved it in about a month ago. It looks like its recovering, but so far its been growing really weird, tiny leaves. Is that normal? Is it basically just growing into a new plant at this point after being heat shocked?
Also I have a second, smaller cape sundew that I've only ever grown indoors. It's been doing fine, but recently the traps seem to all be curling "backwards", which is kind of weird, especially the new growth.
Both plants are of course bottom watered with distilled water and are under Yescom 225 growlights, and its around 45-50% humidity and 77 degrees inside my house.