The plants that germinated on the tree fern are now almost fully grown. Those that were in the sphagnum moss have been transferred alongside their siblings, with the help of a toothpick.
While the wall is not as densely covered as I imagined it, it’s still satisfying to see what looks like a successful expriment of growing Drosera on such an exotic medium. Yet I suspect that the plants will eventually lack nutrients, so I may try and give them foliar feeding at some point. This should also make them grow larger, and perhaps enable flowering.
Upon reception, I sowed the seeds directly onto the tree fern panel and made sure to keep it moist enough. Because I had no idea how well they would germinate, I also sowed a few on living sphagnum moss. The plantlets would then be transferred to the tree fern panel. Well, at least those I could find.
A month later, they are coming to life…