Come spring I'd like to start collecting a couple butterworts.
I have a really nice, sprawling collection of Sundews, Nepenthes, VFTs, Sarrs and even bladderworts. Pings are my last unexplored territory (completely unexplored). I was wondering if anybody could recommend some good, starter butterworts with similar requirements to, say, D. Capensis or D. Natalensis or D. Alicea (the "weeds" of the sundew world). Preferably one that does well under high lighting T8s, 75-80 degrees, usually around 40-60% humidity.
HOWEVER. I had one Ping a long, long time ago that didn't fare well. I have gorgeous, red, slimy sundews in my terrarium; but I worry the lighting may be too high for butterworts. The leaves appeared to burn and the plant eventually just died. I had it on the tray method (so maybe root rot?)
Typically I tend to overthink things ... I know, but I'm hoping someone can point me in a good direction. Thanks!
...I forgot to mention. One more thing is I'd prefer to not have to think about dormancy.