For my birthday a I got a D. aliciae and a D. capillaris x rotundifolia "Pasco Giant" hybrid. The "Pasco Giant" is an "evergrow" hybrid that doesn't require dormancy. I've placed these in an old 5 gallon fish tank with 30 watts of fluorescent lighting over them. They appear to be thriving now, especially the D. aliciae since I moved that from about 6" below the lights to 3". The aliciae is actually a smal clump of 4 or 5 plants.
Both plants are from California Carnivores, 4 inch pots.
There's a lot of other stuff growing in the pots too, some fine moss of some sort and assorted other unidentified plants.
So Sunday evening I'm looking closely at the "Pasco Giant" and I notice that the tiny green shoots that are scattered all over the pot have changed shape and are now kind of star-shaped. Little tiny stars maybe 1/16 of an inch across at the most. Then I notice stalks and drops of dew on one of the bigger ones.
Yep, Drosera seedlings. Maybe two dozen or so of 'em. Species unknown but rotundifolia looking. Either the "Pasco Giant" had gone to seed earlier or an nearby plant.
Obviously I don't want any of these plants overcrowding. How big should they be before I start to transplant/repot the seedlings?