About a week ago, I got my first Drosera capensis, one 'typical' and one 'albino'!
I've planted them up and they are sending out new dewy leaves that I've been feeding. However, the old leaves do not produce any dew, it seem to have rubbed off during shipping. I am guessing that the dew won't come back. And with that in mind . . .
I was thinking about cutting off the dewless leaves and propagating them as leaf-cuttings. In doing so, should I remove them slowly (maybe one a day) or can I remove all the dewless leaves in one go with out shocking the plant. Or, should I just leave them on the plant for now?
If cutting the leaves off is a "GO", I plant to try the water-floating method. Any tips?