The ins and outs of carnivores?
Last year? (Was it) I started to dabble with carnivorous plants.
Choosing the cheaper ones I found I could buy two and the P&P was exactly the same as if I bought one = LOGIC(?)
So I did.
Both the Butterworts overwintered outside. They practically vanished over winter, returning during March.
I've just looked the Drosera binata up to find that:-
"The average, annual, minimum temperature zone where Drosera binata Coromandel Ranges N Z is cold hardy USDA Zone :9
20° to 30°F or for the rest of the civilised world - = -6.5° to -1°C
Type of plant - perennial "
The Drosera binata were divided in location.
on the left - "Left" outside; I thought it was a gonner, having had temps below their -1˚C and close to, if not lower than their quoted -6˚C.
However it is "WOKE". I just hope that doesn't mean its IQ has been halved, like most of the WOKE crowd.
On the right - Over-wintered on the kitchen window cill.