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CARNIVOROUS PLANT WEB RING
Drosera Andromeda (D. schizandra × prolifera) - A hybrid sundew which has large paddle shaped leaves which grows really well with highland nepenthes. These were grown invitro from seed so the color and leave shape is slightly variable. The dew is very thick and slimy, prey is eaten rather quickly considering the low temperatures and lightingPlants we...
Drosera Ultramafica x Spatulata - A relatively rare and very colorful sundew which is much easier to grow than D. ultramafica and larger than typical D. spatulata. These develop a very deep red coloration when grown under direct sunlight and have a very high metabolism so you should feed them often if grown indoors.
Drosera Anglica Alaka'i Swamp (Kauai, Hawaii) - The tropical variety of Drosera Anglica which was found growing in the Alaka'i Swamp which is located on the North West mountain summits of Kauai.While the temperate varieties of D. anglica require a winter dormancy, this tropical variety can be grown year round. Mature plants are slightly smaller than the...
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 Esterhuyseniae | A Rare South African Sundew which thrives in cooler temperatures with higher humidities. These can get quite large with leafspans of approximately 3.5" + and have a stacking effect where older leaves do not perish. Provided moderate humidity, warm temperatures are fine. Overall an easy to grow but rare sundew. Larger than...
Drosera Prolifera | A stunning and unique sundew which is native to a coastal mountain range near Queensland, Australia. Grows well in warm temperatures with high humidity but also grows just fine in cooler temperatures. Overall it is easy to grow if given adequate humidity.
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.