My butterworts have been waiting with unbated breath for the long, slow arrival of the spring. In winter, they cut their losses and produce small non-carnivorous leaves as there’s not enough prey around to justify investment in glue. In spring, they awaken and start making larger, insecticidal leaves again. Tina has already captured a fungus gnat with one of her freshly unfurled leaves.I suspect tediously documenting the behaviour of windowsill flora is some barren homosexual equivalent of Facebooking pictures of your offspring. I shall stop when you do.