That's pretty strange. Mine flowered within one month of me owning it! If ya have any extra, I'd like one too. Do ya have any pics?
You need to feed it. I noticed my indoor capensis flower much less than my outdoor capensis untill I started really feeding them and then the flowers would not stop. Try that.
My life sucks
Its funny.. *everyone is trying to give advice on how to make it flower.. *personally if I had a D. capensis that would not flower, I would patent it, register it as a new cultivar, and then clone the heck outta it. A D. capensis that will not become a weed... *you could make a fortune from this... *the possibilities are endless..
There are only 2 infinite things... the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not too sure about the universe.
I got mine back in March and its starting to flower... for the second time. The first time, I let it flower, and even though I was carefull somehow little fugitive sundews have appeared in some of my other pots. This time I'm hacking off the stalks.
It seems to me that a non-flowering capensis is the best thing ever.
Slave to vegetable hunger.
like i have said before even poorly grown capensis will flower after a time or they will die. it doesnt take much at all to get them to flower. a capensis that HAS NOT FLOWERED PERIOD in 8 years is a very interesting individual indeed
*sitting waiting patiently for a non-flowering capensis to become availible*
here's a pic of one of the cape sundews
and one of my terrarium
nice terrarium. very nice. your plants most definatly are healthy. yah sure you dont have extras?
what you see is what I got.