I just "rescued" a sundew from Lowe's. I put it in quotes because it seemed to be doing great there. It got bigger over the last two weeks, and it had dew all over, and some pink to it.
Anyway, I put it in bright shade when I got home, but took the lid off its death cube. All the dew dried up within an hour or so. So before I left to go to Target, I put the lid back on (it was in shade, didn't cook), and a little dew formed.
But when I was out, I got containers so I could tray-water some plants better, and took this sundew out of its death cube. Went out to dinner, and there's almost no dew on it now.
My question is:
Will it get used to being in lower humidity, and make more dew, that doesn't dry up so much, or will it just always make dew at the same rate, and if it's low humidity, it will dry up?
I could put it back in a container and keep humidity up, possibly....
It's drosera adelae.