We tip hats to bluemax for these... B. lamellata by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr B. lamellata by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
And no photos yet, but I've got 4 gigantea also starting to speed up in growth; soon with a little luck I'll have all 3 going well, both species and the hybrids that have obviously been flourishing.
And on the topic of seeds: I have just gotten in a bunch of new Byblis seeds (including the last species I need to grow, pilbarana!), and while I don't have the space to grow them all at once I will be starting up some brand new localities etc. that are still really rare in the US, and hopefully a good seedbank will follow!
The perennials like to send up root offshoots rather frequently after the first couple years...and they root quite easily when removed (as long as they stay wet and humid). I even have an extra already... B. lamellata x gigantea by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
I have my first B. gigantea flower! B. gigantea by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
Unfortunately as seems standard anymore...only one plant of the 4 has deigned to bloom currently. I've collected pollen, but waiting on another to flower so I can make pure seeds...