You're very welcome Djoni. You're doing a great job with them ! Be sure to feed them heavily so they have the energy they need for dormancy and to produce daughter tubers.
That is so cool, and congrats! I wasn't able to last year, but I am hoping this summer that I'll be able to grab some more tubers. I always get nervous with them during dormancy, but then they all pop back up again and reassure me. They survive outside surprisingly well. I had some TINY D. moorei in a 4" pot that were blasted with full sun and 100+F temps this summer and didn't skip a beat.
One thing I always do is never grow them in standing water. Ever, not even in active growth. Frequent top-watering exclusively.
I grow all of mine in standing water during the growing season, it doesn't bother them at all. There's even a few species that I keep in very shallow standing water for dormancy.
Looks great. I can't wait to try some of these, thought I'm more interested in rosetted and scrambling species than the taller ones.
They look great - you must have them dialed in! I also like the cephs in the second photo.
A cold one that is not cold is scarcely a one at all. - SB