I have 2 Byblis liniflora that are looking rather sad because of their age. They have gotten so top heavy some time ago that they have fallen over and growing horizontal for a few months now.
Since I have seed from them I was thinking of throwing out the plants and starting more from seed soon. When I was looking at the plant trying to decide if I was going to toss it, I noticed that from the horizontal growth that new plants, not just leaves have started to grow from the stem. So a thought came to me and wondered if anyone has tried this or not. Cutting the new growth off the stem and seeing if they will root, instead of starting new plants from seed.
Or I might see how flexible the stem is and wrap the main plant back into the pot and bury the stem allowing the new growth to continue to grow.