I successfully germinated about 10 burmannii seeds December 1 through December 10. As seedlings are, they were about 1mm in diameter. Almost two months later, the burmannii seedlings have turned red, but do not seem to be growing - they're still 1mm diameter.
1. They are in 1 part peat to 1 part sand mix in a water tray that I do not let dry out. Soil stays damp to very damp, but not soaked.
2. They live under a very strong fluorescent light (125W/600W equivalent) at 6500K and 9000 lumens - the seedlings are about 8-9 inches away from the light source.
3. Humidity, if it matters, hovers around 35%-50% typically.
4. Temps are around 73/83 night/day for lows and highs.
All my other plants (spatulata, capensis, dielsiana, and several non-sundew like N. ventricosa and temporarily until it warms up outside - a Lowe's-rescue Darlingtonia Californica) are all thriving under the same light.
Any ideas? Or is this size for being two months old normal? I haven't seen new leaf growth in over a month, which is primarily what worries me.