This wonderfully grown pot of D. pulchella was a gift from a friend. My only hope now is that I don’t kill it! Carnivorous plants are not a group of plants I know a thing about and I feel grateful for this beautiful colony of Drosera. This is a 4″ pot. They are even nicer up close! And that flower!
This small bowl houses Drosera capensis and Dionaea muscipula. I’ve bought venus fly traps many times and never been able to keep them alive (they rot and turn brown after a few months) but this one seems to be doing well. This bowl sits 5-6″ beneath a Sunlight Supply single tube LED for 13 hours a day. I water them with distilled water every other day. Sphagnum can be a weed in many scenarios, choking out smaller Bryophytes, Marcgravias, and […]