Last year I received a nice assortment of tropical growing sundews. I bought a couple of fish tanks, placed the pots in them, and they are doing fine!
Well, actually there is a problem. My Drosera capensis is doing better than fine. It's managed to reproduce itself into some of the other Sundew's pots. I don't know if it was those pretty flower stalks I enjoyed so much. The invading newcomers are already as big as my original capensis.
I want to save my 'botswana' and 'cuba' from overcrowding. What should I do? Should I try to yank out the offending capensis(shudder![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img], or would they just grow back from what's left of the roots? I've been thinking I should try to repot 'botswana' and 'cuba', but am scared to 'best guess' where the roots are when trying to seperate the plants.
P.S. Maybe I should just let nature take her course?