Your pic isn't clear enough for me to see what is going on. Really, the one green thing in the pic isn't clear enough for me to confirm it is a VFT. The seeds shouldn't be turning white. Assuming they are what they are supposed to be, VFT seeds, might they be growing mold?
Edit: sorry, I didn't...
I am looking for an easy to grow, more or less, Genlisea. I prefer the perennial kind. I really don't have anything worth trading so I'm buying. The Genlisea has priority but if you have an easy to grow Drosera, too, that can handle low humidity then let me know. I might be interested in...
They will probably survive. Not sure how well they will pitcher. They probably will like the warmer daytime temp and the cooler nights. Don't let them dry out.
[Edit: I should point out that I'm a noob at growing tropical pitcher plants compared to some other people on these forums.]
I've never had good luck with the little terrarium enclosed Nepenthes from Lowes. Couldn't get them to produce the larger more interesting pitchers. I don't know what the humidity is like at your location/home but it might be better off outside the terrarium. If you're worried about gnat larvae...
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Looks like the white fuzzy bumps are around the entire base of the plant and appear at regular intervals. They don't look like mealy bugs. A lot of cacti grow fuzz in spots in a pattern, including Mamms. Actually, looks like those fuzzy spots are where the flowers grow from the plant. I'm not...
I agree with DragonsEye. That's good advice for orchids. Though, my experience with one species has been different. I have a Dendrochilum wenzelii. It seems indifferent about how I water it as long as I give it some water once in a while. I water it from the top down. I keep it in an open gallon...
The Bletilla survived Winter. I put ~2 inches of bark mulch on top just in case. More than a month ago, as temps warmed up, I uncovered the place I planted the orchid. A few weeks ago I saw a couple leaves coming up.