Last winter I got quite a lot Drosophyllum seeds and put them in my special pots. In early spring the started to germinate. The first eleven I planted in a pot with soil from a very poor sandy pine forest. Lots of roots included from Vaccinium vitis-idaea for possible mycorrhiza partners.
From another friend who was in Portugal on vacation h I had some seeds of plants accompanying Drosophyllum in its habitat.
The pot was just an ordinary clay pot which sucks up water easily.
In this pot they grew best. From the other plants I had to cut out most. Only one piece of every big species I let grow.
They stayed in a friendís garden over the summer and against my advice he watered them daily twice and also from above.
They grew like mad and filled the garden with honey smell.
They are now in my studio (5-10 Cį) at a big window facing west. Still always in water and I think they might live to spring to go again into the garden of my friend.
One very small plant grew not that well but flowered after a few months for the first time. After this flower two more leafs emerged and than in summer another flower. Itís still alive and has set seed on the last flower.
I had only to cut away an occasional leaf from the wooly plant which might be a Verbascum species or maybe Salvia.
I will give some seeds to my sister which lives in Rom/Italy. Since I have seen pictures here of a frozen plant, there might be no risk from the occasional frost there.
That what it looks like now.