fyi this is my first year where i am really trying to grow carnivorous plants.
Ok so recently I purchased a bunch of carnivorous plants. Varying from aldrovanda, drosera, pings, nepenthes, to utricularia.
I have been growing them in my room with my window open so that they would get plenty of light but now that we are in summer the heat is way to high. I tried to grow my plants outside however it just burned most of my plants and killed some. So now they are growing in my room again under regular lights however i know that those reqular lights don't help any but for allowing people to see the plants. Now to top it off the new plants that i bought like humidity i guess. So some of them are slowly dying away because they dont have proper lighting and or proper watering/humidity.....lol maybe i should have started a little slower but i figured i could do it....guess not
so if any one could give me tips on lighting, watering, humidity, and other growing conditions for these plants much would be appreciated.
i really good with the utricularia and they were growing fine until i tried to put them outside......so i put them back to where they were but they still arent doing good
capensis red - seedlings
and i am not sure what kind of nep this is.