So, I decided to take some new pics of plants that were looking good, so here are some sticky things from my greenhouse :
D. rotundifolia: started out as only 5 plants, now they've multiplied and packed each other in
D. capillaris FL x intermedia: sent to me as pure capillaris, but the leaves don't really match and they're never produced viable seed. Very vigorous though
D. spatulata 'Tamlin': always my favorite form
D. intermedia "Carolina Giant": plants regularly surpass 4 inches
D. filiformis filiformis "FL Giant": reaching well over a foot tall
D. sessilifolia: these plants keep suffering from a fungus that kills off the flower stalk just below the buds, any ideas?
D. spatulata "Pink Flower", Royal National Park, Sydney
D. tomentosa tomentosa
D. affinis: got 3 plants flowering
And, not a sundew, but doing great still, Byblis liniflora
Let me know what you think!