I recently planted about 20 Drosera pygmaea gemmae (around February 20th) and they are still very small, but 4 of them are already sending up flower shoots. From what I can tell, they'll be open tomorrow, so I'll post pics. These pygmies are still VERY young, though--- a month and 2 weeks old. Is it natural to flower this early? What is the earliest you've heard that they're supposed to flower? Do they sometimes form gemmae soon after developing from a gemma? Will the flower take much energy from the plant? I may cut the flower stems from the rest of them to make sure they reach adulthood.
Thanks for your insight,