Type of Plant: Tropical sundew for windowsill growing.
Native Habitat: Coastal mountains of South Africa.
Sunlight: Very bright filtered sunlight.
Water: Low-mineral water (50 ppm or less). Set in water to keep the soil wet.
Soil: Equal parts peat moss and perlite. No garden soil, compost, or fertilizer.
Temperatures: Prefers mild temperatures but always protect from frost.
Care info will be provided.
Happy and healthy
This was my 1st experience with carnivorous plants & buying plants online & am very happy with both experiences. I wanted something that would be a natural solution for fungus gnats & not harm my plants, my kids or my pets, before trying more harsh (and ugly) options. And it was an excuse to get more plants, win win! It came well packaged inside a plastic cup, but it was evident after several days that a couple of the stems had been damaged as they seemed to be dying. Based on the info in the box & the website I wasn't worried about it (stated it might take some days to recover and there was a 30-day guarantee). And while it did end up losing the sticky ends of the damaged stems, the plant as a whole has recovered quite nicely and made quite a dent in my gnat population judging by all the buggy bodies it's collected. I am quite happy with how little attention it needs, just fill up the water every couple of days. It's been fun for the kids too. Can't wait to get more!
Our Big Pink drosera has grown with regular feeding of distilled water (when her soil gets dry, maybe 1 x week) and by keeping either under my LED grow bulbs next to other plants or in my fermentation station where fruit flies like to congregate. Almost always has a new leaf in some stage of growth. Very pleased with her!
My capensis came perfectly packaged. Shipping was fast. It's so cute and healthy and it's growing very well.
Packaged very nicely, and was given a nice dark pink sundew. It continues to grow well in my indoor setup.
Extremely pleased. Order arrived much faster than expected and in perfect condition. Healthy little guy is still thriving and that says a lot as IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m not very good with plants.
Plant arrived in great condition because of the careful packaging. I wasn't sure how this tropical Drosera would do here, but has spent the last month outdoors in a little community bog and is now putting out a flush of new growth.
came in well rooted, caught a gnat on its second day in my Sunny South facing kitchen window.