I left my plants outside and they experienced some light frost, no harm done as far as I can tell. The colder weather woke my large dormant plant up but the seedlings are still tiny , they are now all inside in a chilly unheated room under Flo lights which I plan on lowering at the weekend to up the intensity. I'll try and get some pics soon.
A few pics as promised, my largest plant had a shorter summer dormancy than previous years seedlings from January 2017 haven't grown much over the summer but I hope they will now temps have dropped good germination on some seeds planted 30/9/17 these are the other half of the seeds planted last January, they were kept in an envelope on top of a flo light unit to keep warm over summer
Wow those all look great! Hopefully my mature plant will snap out of it here and get back into full growth. So far, not much germination from the second half of the pack of seeds I got back in January, though I moved them to a cooler area about a month ago so hopefully that helps.
Well my large plant didn't come back from its dormant buds this year but I was pleased to see a new plant growing from the roots,it's doing well now and the largest seedling I planted also looking good ,and showing a nice colour ,all in all a terrible past year for my plants ,so I'm glad to see some doing well
I think my plant finally gave up this summer, after staying "dormant" for nearly 2 years straight. I tried very briefly to grow this past winter where I kept it cold with my tuberous sundews, but looked quite sickly and didn't make any progress. I'm sticking it out there again though I'm not going to hold my breath.
They ain't no capensis that's for sure, my large plant that I've kept going for years had it's roots rot as I must of kept it too wet over summer dormancy, I salvaged a root and hope it will sprout. The seedlings are still tiny and the large seedling pictured in this thread also died for some reason