Drosera capensis x spatulata

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This is a manmade hybrid of two sundews from two different continents - Drosera capensis from South Africa and Drosera spatulata from Australia. Depending on your perspective, it could be a rosetted version of Drosera capensis, or an elongated form of D. spatulata. Grow this plant in a bright windowsill where it isn't too hot. The sundew hybrid prefers bright, yet mild, condition. An adult plant is approximately 3 inches in diameter.
Plant You Receive
• Juvenile plant, approximately 2 inches in diameter.
• Will reach maturity within an additional 6-12 months.
• Acclimated for windowsill growing.
• Shipped in a 3-inch pot. Care info is included.
General Care
Type of Plant: Tropical sundew for windowsill growing.
Sunlight: Partial sun. Avoid harsh, hot sunlight.
Water: Low-mineral water (50 ppm or less). Keep the soil wet.
Soil: Equal parts peat moss and perlite. No garden soil, compost, or fertilizer.
Temperatures: Tolerant of cool temperatures but always protect from frost.

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  • 5
    Capensis x Spatulata

    Posted by Brandon Rambin on May 17, 2021

    Arrived within a week. Perfectly packaged. Arrived healthy happy and beautiful.

  • 5
    Drosera is thriving

    Posted by Jeff Hammond on July 9, 2020

    Ordered one plant got 6 babies in the little pot. They’re all alive and thriving. Thanks!

  • 5

    Posted by Brandon Smith on June 1, 2020

  • 5

    Posted by Doug on October 27, 2019

    I'm impressed with this plant how it has perfect structure every branch is in the gap of the underneath branches. And cool how the leaves start narrow and then get wide out on the end. And huge Dew drops especially out on the end

  • 5

    Posted by LAM on October 27, 2019

  • 5
    Drosera Capensis x Spatulata

    Posted by Keith Sochalski on September 2, 2019

    Plants arrived in good condition and were packaged well. Multiple plants in pot. Plants are now blooming with beautiful pink flowers.

  • 5
    Beautiful Plants

    Posted by Dylan Porter on August 26, 2019

    All 4 plants arrived healthy and 2 have already bloomed.

  • 5

    Posted by James J Quint on August 26, 2019