I have several root cuttings of Drosera Dichotoma "Giant" that've been growing well for the past few months, and they're now outside. Recently, I fed 2 of them a very secret plant food/liquid that is found in every one of us, and quite a few other organisms on the planet.( I found out last year it is very effective for feeding many Cps, AND makes for some AWESOME pics dripping out of a VFT! ) I spread the liquid the whole length of the leaf 3 days ago. 2 days ago I noticed that the Dichotoma leaves were starting to curl around the food! I checked to see if the soil was dry, and it was sopping wet. The leaves are firm, and when I try to straighten the leaves out, they spring back into the curled positions when I let go. The leaves just recently got to their full size, so they aren't dying off or anything. I thought only the tentacles moved on forked 'dews?? Has anyone else seen this happen
I thought this was REALLY wierd! By the way, I didn't harm anyone/thing except ticks off the dogs to get the plant food!