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  • Drosera bequaertiiDrosera bequaertii

    Drosera bequaertii [S of Kalemba, Democratic Republic of the Congo]

    25.00 *

    Drosera bequaertii is a very rare rosette-shaped tropical sundew that tends to accumulate growth points reaching a certain height.

  • Drosera aff. ordensis x aff. ordensisDrosera aff. ordensis x aff. ordensis

    Drosera aff. ordensis x aff. ordensis

    16.01 *

    Drosera aff. ordensis x aff. ordensis has numerous leaves, which as typical for the subgenus consist of a long, hairy petiole supporting a nearly round lamina.

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  • Drosera lanata x (aff. petiolaris x ordensis)Drosera lanata x (aff. petiolaris x ordensis)

    Drosera lanata x (aff. petiolaris x ordensis)

    10.00 *

    Drosera lanata x (aff. petiolaris x ordensis): Hybrid of petiolaris, he hairy, thread-like green leaves with oval-circular trap at the end.

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  • Drosera cistifloraDrosera cistiflora

    Cistiflora “cerise flower” [Kasteelberg, S.A.]

    12.00 *

    Drosera cistiflora is a carnivorous plant with winter growth native to South Africa. It has a vegetative cycle similar to tuberous plants, with the difference that in summer it produces fleshy roots to endure the hot period.

  • Drosera chrysolepisDrosera chrysolepis

    Drosera chrysolepis

    14.00 *

    Drosera chrysolepis is a tropical (Highland) from Brazil, has a palm-like growth habit and grows tall. It grows quite tall. It has pretty white flower.

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  • Drosera cistiflora

    Drosera cistiflora “purple flower”

    10.00 *

    Drosera cistiflora is a carnivorous plant with winter growth native to South Africa. It has a vegetative cycle similar to tuberous plants, with the difference that in summer it produces fleshy roots to endure the hot period.

  • Drosera broomensisDrosera broomensis

    Drosera broomensis

    10.00 *

    Drosera broomensis is a beautiful petiolate sundew from North Australia, has long, thin leaves and reaching considerable size.

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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 basifoliaDrosera basifolia

    Drosera basifolia

    12.00 *

    Drosera basifolia is one of four species in the menziesii complex consisting of D. basifolia, D. drummondii, D. menziesii and D. thysanosepala. The plants are usually deep red to maroon in colour. Among the erect-growing tuberous sundews with its traps pointing downwards it is certainly one of the most beautiful.

  • Drosera banksiiDrosera banksii

    Drosera banksii

    10.00 *

    Drosera banksii is an annual herbaceous plant. The plant’s floral scape can be up to 3 cm long and produces from April to July 2 to 10 white hermaphroditic flowers. Despite being self-fertile, it is not self-pollinating, thus requiring natural or manual pollination.

  • Drosera myrianthaDrosera myriantha

    Drosera myriantha

    12.00 *

    Drosera myriantha, is an erect perennial tuberous species endemic to Western Australia. It grows in swampy areas in peaty sand soils.

  • 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 hookeriDrosera hookeri

    Drosera hookeri

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    8.00 *

    Drosera hookeri is a erect-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.

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  • Drosera gracilis

    Drosera gracilis

    8.00 *

    Drosera gracilis is a erect-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.

  • Pinguicula kondoiPinguicula kondoi

    Pinguicula kondoi

    10.00 *

    Pinguicula kondoi is endemic to Mexico and was found in the eastern Sierra Madre, in the state of Tamaulipas. The terminal crown is white and has characteristic dark purple veins.

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  • Pinguicula moranensisPinguicula moranensis

    Pinguicula moranensis

    8.00 *

    Pinguicula moranensis is a perennial rosette-forming insectivorous herb in the flowering plant family Lentibulariaceae. It is native to El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico. Purple flower.

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  • Pinguicula esserianaPinguicula esseriana

    Pinguicula esseriana

    8.00 *

    Pinguicula essereiana belongs to the Lentibulariaceae family and is native to the humid regions of Mexico. It takes on various colors depending on the environmental conditions in which it is grown.

  • Pinguicula debbertianaPinguicula debbertiana

    Pinguicula debbertiana

    9.00 *

    Pinguicula debbertiana is a carnivorous plant belonging to the Lentibulariaceae family, native to Mexico. It has rosette-like leaves, sprinkled with small drops of sticky liquid that serve to attract and trap insects. It has very particular colors tending towards pink if exposed to high lighting.

  • Pinguicula moctezumaePinguicula moctezumae

    Pinguicula moctezumae

    10.00 *

    Pinguicula moctezumae develops long carnivorous leaves during the summer before reducing to a succulent bulb for winter dormancy. Mexican Pinguicula are perfect plants for beginners and those approaching this genus for the first time.

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  • Pinguicula ehlersiaePinguicula ehlersiae

    Pinguicula ehlersiae

    10.00 *

    Pinguicula ehlersiae is a carnivorous plant belonging to the Lentibulariaceae family, native to Mexico. It has rosette-like leaves with a diameter of about 5 cm at adulthood, sprinkled with small drops of sticky liquid that serve to attract and trap insects. Hybrids sold on the market are created with it, such as Pinguicula weser.

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  • Pinguicula rotundifloraPinguicula rotundiflora

    Pinguicula rotundiflora

    9.00 *

    Pinguicula rotundiflora is a species of carnivorous plant in the genus Pinguicula, family Lentibulariaceae, native to north-eastern Mexico.

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  • Pinguicula agnata hybridPinguicula agnata hybrid

    Pinguicula agnata hybrid

    8.00 *

    Pinguicula agnata hybrid is a more vigorous clone and has more elongated leaves than the mother plant although overall it is quite similar.

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  • Pinguicula agnataPinguicula agnata

    Pinguicula agnata

    7.00 *

    Pinguicula agnata is a tropical species of carnivorous plant in the Lentibulariaceae family. Its flowers range from white to purple. Pinguicula agnata is native to north-eastern Mexico.

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  • Pinguicula cyclosectaPinguicula cyclosecta

    Pinguicula cyclosecta

    12.00 *

    Pinguicula cyclosecta is a perennial rosette-forming insectivorous plant native to the state of Nuevo León in Mexico. The edges of the leaves may be tinged a bluish-purple, and in bright light, the entire leaf may be this color.

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  • Drosera x "Intruder"Drosera x "Intruder"

    Drosera x “Intruder”

    12.00 *

    Drosera x “Intruder” is a beautiful cross between two easy-to-grow South African sundews. The result is a hybrid similar to Drosera capensis but characterised by a much wider leaf blade than normal.

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