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CARNIVOROUS PLANT WEB RING
Drosera Capensis "Narrow Leaf" - A fast and easy to grow sundew variety native to Cape Town, South Africa.The long thin leaves on this Cape Sundew are lime green with sticky red tentacles that snare gnats, fruit flies, and other flying insects. Shipping size is 2.5" - 3" Fast and Easy to Grow
Drosera Venusta - A sub-tropical sundew from South Africa which does not require dormancy. These do really well in humid conditions with mild to warm temperatures. Overall not difficult to grow, they get large and bright orange if giving adequate sun.
Drosera Intermedia is one of our most popular sundews, especially during the summertime when leaves become densely packed and reach up to 4 Inches. Easy to grow and tolerant to colder weather.D. intermedia is much larger than its cousin D. Cuba but needs a dormancy period. During that time it retreats into a small bulb, requires less water & light....
Drosera Capensis "White" - A fast and easy to grow sundew variety native to Cape Town, South Africa. Coloration varies from the typical pink capensis sundewThe long thin leaves on this Cape Sundew are lime green with sticky red tentacles that snare gnats, fruit flies, and other flying insects.
Drosera Adelae - The easiest tropical species of sundew from Northwest Australia. This variety is a large broad leaf clone which exceeds a 12" leafspan under our growing conditions. This tropical variety can be grown year round in warm to cool temperatures. They prefer moderate humidity and large pots. Shipping size is 3.5"+
Drosera Cuba is an intermedia sundew that comes from a tropical climate so it can be grown year round and will not go dormant if kept indoors or grown in a warm climate. Smaller than other Intermedia Sundews, D. Cuba is compact and produces white flowers on short stalks. Great for terrariums or inside your grow tent to keep fungus gnats down.
Drosera Spatulata the 'Spoonleaf Sundew' is perfect for anyone new to growing carnivorous plants. Our Tokaiensis or 'Kansai' variety has bright lime green & orange leaves contrasted with red nectar glands. These nectar glands produce a small sticky droplet of digestive enzyme which actively catches insects. Spatulata Sundews grow fast, multiple often,...
Drosera Spatulata 'Fraser Island' - These are popular, colorful and perfect for anyone new to growing carnivorous plants. Fraser Island Sundews are small, rosetted sundews that are native to Australia. They make perfect windowsill or terrarium plants. Fraser Island is also a variety that spreads fast across any bog or potted carnivorous garden.Currently...
Drosera Nidiformis - This Sub Tropical Sundew is easy to grow looks like a hybrib between the capensis and intermedia varieties. Perfect for a windowsill, terrarium or outdoorside if temperatures are in the 50-80 degree range. Once established nidiformis is very hardy.
Drosera Filiformis - This sundew is natively grows in Pine Barrens of Southern New Jersey. Its long green leaves unroll in spirals with red dew, and commonly reach heights of 12+ inches. These are extremely cold hardy are will rapildly grow in warm-hot weather in full sun. For healthy summer growth a winter dormancy period is required.
Drosera Rotundifolia - This sundew is natively grows along the East Coast but similar varieties can be found worldwide. These are extremely cold hardy are will rapildly grow in warm-hot weather in full sun. For healthy summer growth a winter dormancy period is required.(CURRENTLY DORMANT BUT AVAILABLE) Shipping Size : 3 Inches Tall, Multiple Paddles
Drosera Binata is an easy to grow sundew which is easy to grow in lots of conditions, however bright light is required for this sundew to maintain vertical growth. Temperatures of 60-80 degrees would be considered optimal for growth and the development of deep red colors.Ours ship potted are the same size or larger than pictured and its not even summer yet!