I have two D. adelae, they are in individual 4.5 inch pots, and kept in seperate table top greenhouse type structures. The insides range at 75-78 degrees and usually at 60-75% humidity. One plant looks great, growing like a weed and lots of dew; the other is more like a wet noodle, it is growing but not much dew. I tend to think that the problem stems from being too hot inside, but to cool it down then reduces the humitidy. Also the light could be an issue. I would like to put them both in the same tank as the one seems to meet ideal conditions.
My question is, the space is not huge. To put the two pots in will cause the fronds to touch each other and the sides of the tank. I have tried to avoid that, but wonder if it is really an issue. Would it be a problem for them to touch?
Second question, it looks like the one plant is sending out babies, which I have read is common. Only, the babies are round and small, not long and pointy like the parent. Is it possible it is a different type of sundew and did I get a bonus with my delivery? There are two small plants, close to the adult, they both have 4-6 leaves, but all around round? Any ideas?
Well, thanks for letting me ramble. Have a Happy New Year all!