Actually, the way you phrased it that sounds like an advanced question to me. My opinion is that this is a matter of your preference. You are growing in the in-between where the plants are healthy but might do better to one side or the other. As an example - Drosera adelae can be grown in...
I have wondered about old seeds in the refrigerator and whether they can still be sprouted. I can see that the current germination rate is probably not as high as one would get with fresh seeds but it is impressive knowing that they are 20 years old!
I am still waiting for flowers but those should help. P. 'Titan' is a good guess as a potential parent and I do see the similarity. I am going on the theory that it is a hybrid, but that is just a guess.
I"ve been amazed at the beauty and vigor of this plant but I haven't been able to find anyone who can shed light on its origins. It looks to me, and some others, to be a hybrid of some sort. Anyone know what it is or where it came from? I am wanting to register it but I would like to know what I...
:welcome: You certainly live in a good location for outdoor growing. But the first plant can bring all sorts of revelations and many of us have started our collections by growing indoors. We've got all sorts of great info and people here - I hope you enjoy yourself.
Welcome to Terra Forums, Hollye - :welcome: I'm in the Portland, OR area as well, being in Vancouver, WA. It would be fun to have you at one of our local cp grower's meetings if the pandemic will ever let us resume those.
To give folks a kind of preview of the upcoming NASC benefit auction here at Terra Forums here is a thread where you can let us all know what you expect to donate for bid this year.
I'll start. I expect to have a tuber, or more, of Drosera squamosa and a plant of the amazing Pinguicula "Max".