Hello all! Just wanted to post some "baby" pictures of my newer Drosera & Dionaea seedlings. You can view them at (https://sites.google.com/view/jessica-teeters/cps
). Right now, they are only about 7 weeks old (there are some pictures just below that section of them from before that as well.) from initial sprout/germination and look at them go! I have them in a Greenhouse now and it seems to be providing some great results. The D. Capensis and D. Jacoby "Spatulata" came from user Trip81 (thanks so much again, friend!) the D. Madagascariensis came from this forum's seed list, and the Dionaea Muscipula came from the FlyTrap store. I cannot say for sure at this point, but one of the mixed Dionaea seedlings may be a saw or fused tooth? However, it may be too soon to tell of course...
My only concern at this point is how close together some of the Drosera are grouping as they grow. I did my best to sprinkle them as evenly as possible, but some are still clustered pretty closely together. Is there any need for me to be worried about trying to split them up a little - or wait until they are bigger - or not at all? If so, how big should I wait for them to get before attempting to do so?
Otherwise, they look like happy little plants for the time being, and their colors are very nice!