A few weeks ago, my dog and I were hiking through some woods near my house. Near a creek, there was an old rotted tree that had a bunch of moss (possibly sphagnum) growing on it. So I took a small sample of it. I placed it in the same container that I've been trying to nurse a purple pitcher plant back to health (got it real cheap at Wal-Mart). I looked at it today and I noticed a little stow-away was present. It looks like a round-leaf sundew, but I'm not sure. It also looks like it came from the sample of moss I collected, but it may have also come from the pitcher plant...I don't know.
Can anyone verify what type of sundew it is? Also, from the little research I've done, I've read that the round-leaf sundews are a little more tempermental than some of the other sundews. Any advice in nurturing this little guy? Right now, they are sitting in a plastic container that is filled up with pumice stones and water.
Below are the pictures of the little sundew.