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A unique Tropical Sundew which originates from Australia. Drosera paradoxa is a carnivorous plant that catches insects using its bright sticky pads and then digests them slowly. It needs a warm climate of around 18C (65F) or above, throughout the whole year. This Sundew isn't the… More InfoBuy Now
Drosera aliciae is an unusual carnivorous houseplant forming adorable rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves. The leaves are covered in striking bright red hairs, each bearing a droplet of sticky liquid at the tip, which gives the plant a sparkly appearance and traps insects such as midges… More InfoBuy Now
This lovely Cape Sundew will add interest to your windowsill. Drosera capensis is a carnivorous marsh loving perennial which prefers to be stool in a saucer of preferably rain water. It has long sticky leaves which look like dew drops, these attract insects especially the small ones… More InfoBuy Now
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