Recently my D. Capensis has stopped dewing and the leaves are dying at an incredible rate.
I suspect it has something to do with this awful weather we've been having lately. I also thought it might be due to overcrowding.
So I've repotted it into two (larger) pots, hopefully without damaging the roots. Anyone else having sundew problems caused by heat, or am I just missing something?
Also, the last time I repotted a capensis, I seem to have stunted its growth. I'm hoping that doesn't happen again.
This latest repotting endeavour involved pure sphagnum moss, while the previous attempt saw perlite, peat and sphagnum.