This is my first year growing tuberous sundews, and I started with a pot with 2 D. Auriculata in it. They grew fine, died off, went dormant - but they've been dormant for over a month now and I wasn't aware that you were supposed to protect them from dryness and the sun - so I left them out on the windowsill... and there soil looks pretty dry now! Tomorrow I'm planning on putting them in a bag and transferring them to a warm but darker spot and putting them in a humid zip-lock - but is it too late for this? I am wondering if I may have already killed them - and I was thinking if I put them in darker place with more moisture/humidity they might think it's winter and start growing again if they are alive?
What should I do?
And also, would it be fine to sprinkle my other tuberous sundew seeds (D. Auriculata 'hamilton' and D. Peltata) in the same pot, in different corners? Would this work?