Alright, so I am now the owner of one tuber each of D. menziesii and D. modesta (because Johnny is awesome!!!) that I have no idea how to properly care for, so the past few days have been spent heavily researching how to keep them alive. I was told that now is the prime time to start these guys, so I have planted the tubers about 2'' deep "eye" up (I'm not sure if this matters, but I figured it couldn't hurt) in 7.5'' deep pots lined with LFS at the bottom to plug the drainage holes. The substrate is 3:1 sand/peat. I mixed in a larger grade silica sand with some throroughly washed finer grade play sand, and sieved the peat to retain only the "dust-like" particles for the mix. I have lightly watered the pots (only enough to get the media moist) and placed them in my basement where they receive a few hours of indirect light from the window. The temperature in my basement usually hovers around 75F during the day and drops to around 65F at night, and humidity is usually around 35% RH. I do not intend on allowing the pots to sit in water until I see active growth above ground. Once winter really sets in and the lighting from the basement becomes insufficient (around late October/November), I will move the pots upstairs to my grow rack where I keep most of the intermediate Neps/subtropical Drosera. There, they will receive indirect light from a south-facing glass patio door supplemented with some fluorescent T12 bulbs. The temperature there is around 72F during the day and 66F at night, and the humidity is consistently 40% RH when I keep the humidifier running. I have blood worms on hand for when they start growing, but I also have a 20-14-13 no urea orchid fertilizer (the same thing I use on my Neps) that I would be more willing to spray the foliage with if it will work. Any thoughts or pointers would be greatly appreciated!