Several of my Drosera species are flowering: D. paradoxa, fulva, spatulata, and intermedia 'cuba.' The paradoxa and fulva flowers haven't bloomed yet, the spatulata is blooming, and the intermedia has finished blooming.
My question is whether any of these will self-pollinate to produce seed. If so, how long should I keep the stalk attached to the plant before cutting it and collecting the seed?
Also, once I collect the seed, can I sow them immediately or must I wait (and if I have to wait, for how long and how do I store them)?
If I'm unlucky enough to hear that none produce viable seed, then I guess I'll just cut off the stalks once the flowers have died. Last year, I was worried about keeping the darned things alive, so I fell much better now that flowering/seed is all I have to worry about!
Thanks for your time.