Yeah same here the sprouts have tiny white roots!
Last year my germination take longuer than this. Im confident about the growing speed! My goal is to have adults sized plants next summer
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Thats why i post this thread, nobody will contest my results with a official followup.
Well done! Glad to see the germination happening already! The seeds were stored well, so they should yield a good germination rate and a fairly quick time to germination (10 to 15 days is pretty normal under ideal conditions).
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Just like my reaction to the germination of Drosera capensis...
Originally Posted by mmlr38
10 day germination??????
Unfortunately my Drosera capensis have not exhibited this yet. They should sprout any day.
I also hope that some random wandering bee pollinated my Venus flytrap flowers so that all the expended energy was worth it.
Mmlr38: now i know what perfect seeds look like. Last year's seeds take many weeks to germinate. Your seeds are very viable, thanks for that! Right now almost all the seeds have germination!
Plant Planter: in my experience, drosera germinate very quickly, maybe 4-5 days for me. Last year was the same thing. (Spatulata, aliciae etc)
But to be honest, drosera seeds was just for fun, the real thing is vfts seeds germination
Edit: try to put a propagation plastic dome over your sowed seeds, and put the whole thing in direct sunlight. The temperature will raise very hight, 35C+, and the germination will be faster and stronger. (From my personnal experience)
What exactly do you feed them? Do you buy bugs?
Originally Posted by Maiden
I use re-hydrated dryed blood worms
A leuco by any other name would still be as gluttonous.
Did you buy or grow that moss? It looks nice.
I found that moss at my local gardening center!
For the log: update without picture. The second meal was this morning. Only 8 cannot be feeded for now. I have a total of 30 germinations, and almost all the littles plants already have 4 or more tiny traps. I will post pictures in the next few days.