Ok, my tiny little collection is establishing nicely on my sunny southern windowsills (except for Drosera adelae, which is in somewhat more subdued light) and all species are starting to form copious amounts of mucilage on the new growth (and sometimes on the old growth).
So far, I have the following types:
D. binata (T Form)
D. dichotoma (T Form)
D. spatulata 'Fraser Island'[Edit: D. spatulata (Fraser Island) -- if this is a registered cultivar that I am unfamiliar with, please let me know.]
D. nitidula x pulchella
D. nitidula x occidentalis
I think I have room for one more species. I am looking for easy culture, high amounts of dew (I like to see it sparkle in the sunlight), easy or no dormancy, nothing too tall, and effectiveness at catching those pesky fungus gnats which are infesting my pots of permanently wet tropical Hymenocallis.
My windowsills are very, very sunny and I plan on leaving the windows wide open during the summer since I do not like air conditioning. I maintain the humidity at a fairly steady 50-60% during the winter with the help of two large warm-mist humidifiers. Air circulation is good at all times.
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