excuse me as i try to reattach my lower jaw back to my face.....
What are the growing conditions of your Graminifolia?
I tried it a couple times and each one ended in the plant death within a month. Supposedly it's an easy plant (so say all the nurseries) but I am horrible growing that and Drosera capensis. Meanwhile, I can grow a Cephalotus or Heliamphora with ease
"I may be on the side of angels, but do not mistake me for one."
I have some Capensis for 3 months and they are doing pretty well, even after transplantation(they are growing some flowers for 1 week now). The temperature i grow them is by day of 30*C and max they had 36*C, and by night, down to 20*C, these days the temps drop down to even 13*C. IMO they are not so hard to take care of. Try again!
Thank you for very nice comments :-)
@Wolfn: d. graminifolia behaves like a typical south american sundew except grows slower than others and is less tolerant to overheating. Best conditions are nights 12-18C days 20-25C 50% humidity lots of pure water. It is harder to establish a large specimen but then it is more tolerant.
D. capensis is immortal weed 1st class:-)
Are those D. arcturi seedlings growing in your D. brevifolia pot?
Yes, that is correct. Those are deflasked plants of drosera arcturi (the smaller form from Tasmania- Gelignite Creek).