When my D. spatulata and D. capensis first arrived they both had a whole bunch of dew on them. This was sometime in late november. I kept them on my windowsill with a compact 30 watt flourecent light bulb a few feet above them. After about a week I noticed that the amount of dew was decreasing. In mid-december I moved them into a a nice humid green house, in hopes of returning them to their normal state. I placed the same light bulb a couple of feet above them. The dew still didn't return. About a week ago I moved the light closer to them. They're now about a foot or so below the light. The D. spatulata seems to have increased its dew but just by a little. Some of the leaves of the D. capensis don't have any dew at all right now.
How long does it normaly take for the dew to return to a Drosera?
Does anybody know why this would be happening?
(The D. capensis is flowering, making the situation even stranger to me.)