Drosera Whittakeri (Scented Sundew)

Drosera Whittakeri Seeds (Scented Sundew Seeds)


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Seeds from South Australia.


Drosera whittakeri (Scented Sundew, Whittaker's Sundew) is a sundew that is native to South Australia. The Drosera Whittakeri on moist soils, usually in swamps. The plant has a natural beauty of its spathulate leaves arranged in a rosette. These can be green, orange-yellow or red and have a length of 10 to 15 mm and a width of 9 to 13 mm. Up to 20 white flowers are produced as a whole. The flowering period is from May to November in its natural range, but flowers may appear throughout the year.
Label No
Common name Scented Sundew, Whittaker's Sundew
Family Droseraceae
Genus Drosera
Species Drosera whittakeri
Cultivar No
Therapeutic uses No
Germination No
Scarification / Stratification No

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