I was reading the b. inflioria quick germination post that Pinguicula man has posted on top of the topics page here, and I was curious as to whether or nor that same method would speed the germination of Drosera Capensis seeds?
I have already sowed the seeds that I rceived from Little Nices about a week ago. I just opened the seed pod, and let the seeds fall, a few in each pot. I then covered them with just enough dried Sphag. moss so that I know that they would remain in constant moisture outside, and have regularly watered since. I'm crossing my fingers that the way I sowed these seeds will sprout me some beautiful Capensis and rotundifolia sundews. If I am correct in the way that I planted these seeds, about how long should it take them to sprout? And, if not, what should I do differently the next go round at sowing Drosera seeds?
Thanks for helping out a newbie!