I have found a renewed desire for thriving flowering utrics. I have had several species for several years, but have not seen them following flower, or even seem to thrive. I have looked online and in other forums, but have found conflicting info and many, many "best practices". I am looking for feedback about medium, pot size, temps, lighting, humidity, dormancy, etc. from any interested in sharing regarding the following species that are struggling for me:
tricolor - produces many leaves that only lay on the ground - covering some pots
reniformis 'Enfant Terrible' - very small leaves on stems no taller than 2"
and I will throw in a few newer acquisitions - warburgii and welwitchii
I have kept these mostly under grow lights year round for 3 years - winter temps down to the 50's, summer heat up to the 100's with summer lows in the 80's (right now 92F at 5pm May 26). I have most in 50:50 pest:sand and others of each species except the last 2 in other airier mixes. All on tray system. I have kept several in a N facing window terrarium for periods - gets filtered sun and gets up to 85F during the day, house kept around 75F - so that would be the nightly lows. The 'Enfant Terrible' has been kept consistently in this window sill tank.
What might I be doing wrong?