So about 1.5 months ago I saw my Stylidium in the windowsill with a D. ordensis was only making a few leaves at a slow pace, so, I gave it a little orchid fertilizer and it has since made about 15-20 offshoots and I moved it outside in full direct sun for most of the day and it now has about 8 flower stalks, some flowers opened today (I totally forgot the trigger part so when I touched the tiny cute flower and it moved I was like WTF for a second). What part is actually carnivorous? The stalk? The thing that goes over the flower when you touch it?
By the way, ironically the D. ordensis made a flower stalk shortly after the Stylidium started making it. Everyone's flowering in that pot. And then to the left of it are the thriving Dionaea I saved from Wal-Mart, I truly felt proud for a moment haha.
Sooo... any help?