I shall necrothread this old thread to provide an update. I no longer have this grow-shelf at my apartment and 99% of the plants are gone. Lack of time, major appartment renovation, pests and other excuses... Somewhere along the way I also lost some of the steam. Like with many new members of this community I was a bit crazy about ordering several new plants every month or more often. The collection grew fast and became difficult to manage. My enthusiasm reached a peak and crashed.
After the apartment renovation shelf was moved to my parents basement where it currently remains. Someone decided to use the shelf to also grow plants brought in from outside and it sort of spiraled downhill from that point on. In addition my low maintenance Sarracenia collection has succumbed to what I think was rhizome rot. I did not inoculate the plants with thrichoderma as often as I should have and since the plants were sitting in the same water tray it spread really quick.
I currently still grow 3 cephalotus plants (divided the parent plant) and recently ordered and planted some additional seeds. I am also setting a large pot similar to how it is described here.
Random places around the apartment where I grow plants:
Plants on the windowsill. One ceph is growing among the orchids.
Under the stairs grow-area:
To all the new members: don't go too crazy and greedy about getting the plants. The chances are you may burn out. Instead grow your collections slowly and steadily, keeping it manageable and all the while gaining the experience and knowledge.