I have been focused on Dionaea and Sarracenia over the past several years, but have had several D. capensis for two years or so; I grew them from seed. Now I am expecting seeds for many new species of Drosera, and I am wondering the best approach to growing these puppies to fruition. The species in question are:
D. rotundifolia (actually not getting seed of this one, but grown plants via mass)
I was thinking that since these species represent a combination of temperate and tropical I would grow them according to those who need dormancy and those who don't. But I was also thinking of growing them basically the same for a couple of years without dormancy, and then put the, all through a light dormancy. I am only considering this because it would be easiest to grow them al under my temperate grow light area in my garage. It seldom gets below 40-45 degrees Fahrenheit in their.
What would you folks do?