Hello. I'm thinking of adding a Byblis to my collection. I keep seeing pictures of Drosophyllum here, and I'm anxious to get one. However, I hear it's really difficult (can't transplant it, difficult to germinate, etc), so I think I'll wait a few years till I'm more experienced. From what I hear, Byblis are pretty easy to grow and are a little more rare in collections than sundews, so I think they would be a fun plant to add to my collection. I have some questions:
1) I have a windowsill that receives 2-3 hours of direct sunlight and the rest of the day is bright shade. I have a Cephalotus, a Pinguicula Caerulea, and a Nepenthes Ventricosa that do very well on this windowsill.
Would Byblis Liniflora or Byblis lamellata do well on this windowsill?
2) How big do the Byblis's I just listed get? Would they get too big for my windowsill?
3) How long do they last? From what I've read, B. Liniflora is an annual, but they can be kept alive for about two years if you grow them properly.
I'll probably have some more questions later.