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  1. Drosera Admirabilis Seeds (South African)
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    Drosera Admirabilis Seeds (South African)

    Starting at $3.30

    Seeds from South Africa. Drosera admirabilis is a pretty compact rosette Sundew, easy to grow. The coloration is vivid with the tentacles being a dark red and the leaves a vibrant green.
  2. Drosera Aliciae Seeds (Alice Sundew Seeds)

    Starting at $3.80

    Insectivorous plant that can survive in nitrogen poor soils because it gets the nutrients it needs from insects.
  3. Drosera Androsaceae Seeds (Cone Sundew) (Pygmy)
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    Drosera Androsaceae Seeds (Cone Sundew) (Pygmy)

    Starting at $5.80

    Another startling feature of the Pygmy Sundews are their size. Normally the plants grow to a maximum diameter of half an inch. Although some people are put off by their size, their beauty lie in numbers.
  4. Drosera Anglica Seeds (Temperate)
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    Drosera Anglica Seeds (Temperate)

    Starting at $3.30

    Protect from dry freezing wind during deep freezes by covering the plant with black plastic. Uncover the plant when the deep freeze and dry freezing wind is over.
  5. Drosera Arcturi Seeds (Arcturi Sundew seeds)
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    Drosera Arcturi Seeds (Arcturi Sundew seeds)

    Starting at $3.50

    Bronze coloured plants to 4 cm tall, flowers white with yellow stigmas? from Ben Lomond, Tasmania.
  6. Drosera Auyan Tepui Seeds (South American)
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    Drosera Auyan Tepui Seeds (South American)

    Starting at $3.50

    The leaves form a rosette lying flat upon damp soil. The leaves are spoon-shaped. In full sunlight, the plants turn red.
  7. Drosera Binata Red Seeds (The Forked Sundew) (Temperate)
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    Drosera Binata Red Seeds (The Forked Sundew) (Temperate)

    Starting at $3.20

    Known as the Forked Sundew, it is easy to see how Drosera binata red got that name. The long upright leaves form a "Y" shape at the extremity. The erect stems can reach 20 inches high or more and branched in upper part.
  8. Drosera Binata Seeds (The Forked-Leaved Sundew) (Temperate)

    Starting at $3.90

    The flowers are pink or white, have 5 petals and are about 2.5 cm across. They are numerous on erect stalk.
  9. Drosera Broomensis Seeds (Petiolaris-Complex)
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    Drosera Broomensis Seeds (Petiolaris-Complex)

    Starting at $3.50

    Always in bloom with stunning orange flowers!
  10. Drosera Burmanii Seeds
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    Drosera Burmanii Seeds

    Starting at $3.30

    It produces tiny, golden-green rosettes. The white or rarely pale pink flowers are produced on one-sided racemes from September to June.
  11. Drosera Capensis Broad Leaves Seeds (South African)

    Starting at $3.20

    They should be grown in bright light, but with protection from full midday sun. In cloudy coastal areas, artificial light is preferable.
  12. Drosera Capensis Red Seeds

    Starting at $3.80

    In the greenhouse, plants bloom in the Fall with scapes that have numerous, 6 to 20, small pinkish flowers up to 1 cm long.
  13. Drosera Capensis Seeds (Cape Sundew) (South African)

    Starting at $3.80

    They grow well in a standard peat moss/sand which can be anything from 50% to 70% peat moss. There's no need to fertilize, as the plant relies on insects for food.
  14. Drosera Capillaris Seeds (South American)
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    Drosera Capillaris Seeds (South American)

    Starting at $3.30

    In full sunlight, the plants turn red. The colour of the flowers ranges between pink and white. It blooms at late Winter or early Spring.
  15. Drosera Cistiflora Seeds (South African)
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    Drosera Cistiflora Seeds (South African)

    Starting at $3.30

    It's growth is unusual in that it comes out of dormancy as a rosette, then puts out a weak to moderately strong stem as the season progresses.
  16. Drosera Derbyensis Seeds (Octopus Plant) (Petiolaris-Complex)
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    Drosera Derbyensis Seeds (Octopus Plant) (Petiolaris-Complex)

    Starting at $3.50

    Seeds from Western Australia. Blooms from March to June. Depending on your climate, you may need to grow this plant sundew in a warm terrarium with strong fluorescent lights.
  17. Drosera Erythrorhiza Magna Seeds (Tuberous)
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    Drosera Erythrorhiza Magna Seeds (Tuberous)

    Starting at $3.80

    Flowers from mid Winter to early Spring. In nature, Summer fire enhances flowering. The flowers are hermaphrodite.
  18. Drosera Filiformis Seeds (Thread-leaved Sundew)
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    Drosera Filiformis Seeds (Thread-leaved Sundew)

    Starting at $3.30

    Requires consistently moist soil; do not let dry out between waterings. Water must be distilled or rain water because they do not tolerate city or hard water.
  19. Drosera Filiformis Tracyi Seeds (Temperate)

    Starting at $3.30

    This species differs visually from the more Northern variety by being slightly larger and the glands on the tip of the tentacles are greenish. The Southern Dewthread produces fertile pink flowers in April.
  20. Drosera Gigantea Seeds (Giant Sundew Seeds)

    Starting at $2.20

    Giant Sundew is one of the largest erect growing species that can reach up to 1m in height.
  21. Drosera Glanduligera Seeds (Australian)
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    Drosera Glanduligera Seeds (Australian)

    Starting at $3.50

    Flowers late Winter to late Spring, which are orange to red in colour. This species produces an extremely large number of seeds.
  22. Drosera Intermedia Seeds (Spoonleaf Sundew) (Temperate)

    Starting at $3.30

    The flowers are 1/4 inch wide, white to pale pink, with 5 petals and 5 sepals, and appear between June and September.
  23. Drosera Kenneallyi Seeds
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    Drosera Kenneallyi Seeds

    Starting at $3.30

    The plant is very suitable for a terrarium or a warm greenhouse...
  24. Drosera Lowriei Seeds (Tuberous)
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    Drosera Lowriei Seeds (Tuberous)

    Starting at $3.50

    Growth occurs during the Winter months. It is important to respect the seasonal pattern of growth in cultivation.
  25. Drosera Macrantha Seeds (Bridal Rainbow Sundew)

    Starting at $3.30

    Produces cup-shaped carnivorous leaves along a stem that can be up to 5 feet high.
  26. Drosera Macrophylla Macrophylla Seeds (Snowy Sundew) (Tuberous)
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    Drosera Macrophylla Macrophylla Seeds (Snowy Sundew) (Tuberous)

    Starting at $3.50

    Upper surfaces of leaves are covered with hairs that secrete a sweet sticky substance. This attracts insects, which become smeared with it and unable to escape.
  27. Drosera Madagascariensis Seeds (South African)
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    Drosera Madagascariensis Seeds (South African)

    Starting at $3.50

    The species can grow nearly ten inches tall. The leaves are oblong, linear to spatulate. The upper surface of the leaves have a covering of sticky tentacles, that attracts preys.
  28. Drosera Montana Seeds (South American)
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    Drosera Montana Seeds (South American)

    Starting at $3.50

    The bloom is red, long, with small pink flowers on the top. It blooms at late Winter or early Spring.
  29. Drosera Natalensis Seeds (South African)
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    Drosera Natalensis Seeds (South African)

    Starting at $3.50

    The rosettes are flat and about 4 cm across. The leaves are spoon-shaped. The upper surface of the light green leaves, have a covering of sticky tentacles which are a dark pink or brilliant red.
  30. Drosera Nitidula Seeds (Pygmy)
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    Drosera Nitidula Seeds (Pygmy)

    Starting at $3.30

    Each leaf consists of a thin petiole and a round, red lamina measuring up to 2 mm in diameter. Leaves in a convex rosette. The rossettes are about 1.5 - 2 cm. It flowers early Spring to mid Summer.
  31. Drosera Ordensis Seeds (Petiolaris-Complex)
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    Drosera Ordensis Seeds (Petiolaris-Complex)

    Starting at $3.30

    Its lamina is densely studded with stalked mucilagenous glands, which serve to attract and trap arthropod prey
  32. Drosera Paradoxa Seeds (Petiolaris-Complex)
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    Drosera Paradoxa Seeds (Petiolaris-Complex)

    Starting at $3.30

    Prefers soil that is barely damp. Does not require winter dormancy, but will go dormant if kept cool and in low light.
  33. Drosera Peltata Seeds (Tuberous)
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    Drosera Peltata Seeds (Tuberous)

    Starting at $3.30

    It's a tuberous, growing to 25 cm. Drosera peltata is a tall and graceful species in leaf all year.
  34. Drosera Pulchella Seeds (Pygmy)
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    Drosera Pulchella Seeds (Pygmy)

    Starting at $3.50

    Another startling feature of the Pygmy Sundews are their size. Normally the plants grow to a maximum diameter of half an inch. The rosettes are about 1.5 cm across and golden-green in color, more red under bright light.
  35. Drosera Pygmaea Seeds (Pygmy)
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    Drosera Pygmaea Seeds (Pygmy)

    Starting at $3.50

    Although some people are put off by their size, their beauty lie in numbers. Because of the gemmae, the plants quickly cover the growing area, forming dense mats.
  36. Drosera Ramellosa Seeds (Tuberous)
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    Drosera Ramellosa Seeds (Tuberous)

    Starting at $3.60

    Drosera ramellosa is a small plant, to 12 cm high. It grows first as a rosette. Then a scape appears bearing leaves in the form of fan. The flowers are white to pink.
  37. Drosera Regia Seeds (King Sundew) (South African)
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    Drosera Regia Seeds (King Sundew) (South African)

    Starting at $5.80

    Leaves curl around any captured prey like a fist.
  38. Drosera Roraimae Seeds (South American)
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    Drosera Roraimae Seeds (South American)

    Starting at $3.50

    The visiting insects are attracted to the leaves by the glistening tips of the hairs. The leaves, curl around any captured prey like a fist.
  39. Drosera Rotundifolia Seeds (Round Leaf Sundews) (Temperate)

    Starting at $3.30

    Grows in bogs, swamps and wet acid soils.
  40. Drosera Sessilifolia Seeds (South American)
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    Drosera Sessilifolia Seeds (South American)

    Starting at $3.30

    Seeds from Northen Brazil Coast. Although Drosera sessilifolia is one of the most widespread Drosera in South America, it?s frustratingly rare, occurring in very specific and restricted habitats.
  41. Drosera Stolonifera Stolonifera Seeds (Tuberous)

    Starting at $2.40

    Being an insectivorous plant, it can survive in nitrogen poor soils because it gets the nutrients it needs from insects.
  42. Drosera Venusta Seeds (South African)
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    Drosera Venusta Seeds (South African)

    Starting at $3.50

    Easy to grow and rewarding, perfect beginners' plants.
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