The plant has recovered well but is now facing stiff competition from the dense, lush green moss that is thriving at the bottom of the terrarium. Periodically, I push it aside so light can reach all the leaves of the sundew. Despite it reaching barely 2 cm, it managed to catch a couple of gnats that have probably been swept away by my watering.
I installed my little D. schizandra in the layer of tree fern mulch that makes the soil of my terrarium. The Queensland sisters—and this species in particular—tend to like more shade, so the planting location was chosen accordingly. All other carnivorous plants of the terrarium grow closer to the grow light.