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  • Drosera peltataDrosera peltata

    Drosera peltata

    8.00 *

    Drosera peltata, is a climbing or scrambling perennial tuberous sundew. Is one of the easiest tuberous Drosera to cultivate, a characteristic that is attributed to its forgiving nature when it comes to water and temperature. Among the tuberous sundews, D. peltata has the largest distribution.

  • Drosera macranthaDrosera macrantha

    Drosera macrantha “Hills form”

    14.00 *

    Drosera macrantha “Hills form” is a slender sundew with red inverted cup traps. Absolutly awsome shape of the traps and very good choice for beginners of tuberous sundews.

  • Drosera lunataDrosera lunata

    Drosera lunata

    8.00 *

    Drosera lunata is an easily cultivated, upright variety of tuberous sundew. It ranks among the most vigorous and amazing tuberous sundews, making it an excellent choice for beginners interested in cultivating tuberous Drosera.

  • Drosera rupicolaDrosera rupicola

    Drosera rupicola

    10.00 *

    Drosera rupicola it’s an easy to grow semi-erect form of tuberous sundew. The stem is thick and the trap is massive and elegant.

  • Drosera rupicola 'red x green'Drosera rupicola 'red x green'

    Drosera rupicola “red x green form”

    12.00 *

    Drosera rupicola “red x green form” it’s an easy to grow semi-erect form of tuberous sundew. The stem is thick and the trap is massive, colorful and elegant.

  • Drosera browniana

    Drosera browniana

    14.00 *

    Drosera browniana is a perennial tuberous species that is endemic to Western Australia. It grows in loam soils in wet zones near granite outcrops

  • Drosera pallida "northern type form"Drosera pallida "northern type form"

    Drosera pallida “northern type form”

    10.00 *

    Drosera pallida “northern type form” is a slender sundews with pink-red traps. Very nice stem branching, resembles the double chain of DNA.

  • Drosera majorDrosera major

    Drosera major

    10.00 *

    Drosera major is a prostrate-growing tuberose from Australia. Like all tuberous plants it vegetates in winter (September to May) and goes into vegetative rest in summer, with the dry heat, forming the tuber.

  • Drosera ramellosaDrosera ramellosa

    Drosera ramellosa

    10.00 *

    Drosera ramellosa belongs to the group of semi-erect tuberous. It doesn’t develop too long stem but It is thicker then  than many other tuberous sundews. Unique in its shapes, it’s also brightly green in colour. Recommended!

  • Drosera gunniana red formDrosera gunniana red form

    Drosera gunniana “red form”

    15.00 *

    Drosera gunniana “red form” is the red tentacled version of Drosera gunniana. It maintains the elegance in shape and the vigor of the sister but adding color. Simply awsome!

  • Drosera major (Allen Lowrie)Drosera major (Allen Lowrie)

    Drosera major (Allen Lowrie)

    14.00 *

    Drosera major (Allen Lowrie) is a prostrate-growing tuberose from Australia. Like all tuberous plants it vegetates in winter (September to May) and goes into vegetative rest in summer, with the dry heat, forming the tuber.