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I took your advise or nearly did and cut off some of the half dead stems of my volunteer D. filiformis. I just placed the cut up pieces into a tiny tupperware cup filled with live sphagnum moss I pulled out of a pot of VFT. I kept it watered, covered with a baggie under lights in the house and completely forgot about until today, many weeks later. I looked and what do I see...some tiny little sundews in there. Simply amazing, glad I remembered it today and gave them some water. They are so tiny and cute. The problem is they are not really growing in soil, just green moss. Will they get over run and when or how would I transplant the minute things?
I found that some leaves look like they have become mildewed/moldy. I cut off the afflicted parts any suggestions for them? I took of the plastic bag and they are close to the light source but my house is sort of cold in winter.
Moved the 4 that are left into some soil and so far they seem to have transplanted well. I also have 1 tiny plant in another pot with a larger specimen. How long do these take to reach a size big enough to move out doors?