Drosera capensis, Big Pink
This species is a demure plant. When fully grown, it is just under 2 inches in diameter, but it can reproduce itself by sending out shoots, producing a mound of multiple plants with spoon-shaped leaves. Give it ample sunlight in a sunny windowsill. With the right care, your plant will produce lovely pink flowers for you. It's an excellent plant for the first-time grower.
Type of Plant: Tropical plant for windowsill growing.
Size: 2 inches across when mature.
Sunlight: Partial sun.
Water: Low-mineral water (50 ppm or less).
Soil: Equal parts peat moss and perlite only.
Temperatures: Tolerant of cool temperatures but always protect from frost.
PLANT YOU RECEIVE
• Juvenile plant, acclimated for windowsill growing.
• Shipped in a 3-inch pot. Care info is included.
Everything I ordered was packaged very well! Also arrived alive and well. So far my drosra spatulata has grown twice the size since it arrived. Very happy with my purchase! I would definitely buy from them again!
I'll be buying another of these Drosera plants again. It has become one of my favorites.
Growing nicely and happy it's in my carnivorous collection
I'm new to carnivorous plants, except for one Venus fly trap I've had for a couple of years, and was excited to breach out by ordering sundews. I ordered this d. spatulata and a d. capensis, big pink. Both arrived quickly and in good condition and were packaged well. Will definitely order from Sarracenia Northwest again.
Nice healthy plant, Thank You
Arrived quickly, we’ll packaged, and covered in dew. A beautiful addition to my indoor collection.
Packaging was secured well and sealed, but must have been jostled sharply in shipping, as the plant had fallen totally free from the soil! After setting it back in, the plant has grown new, full, healthy leaves. Looking forward to this summer with sundew + offshoots!
I have had my plants for several months now and they are amazing. They arrived lovingly packaged. They sit in RO water on the south side of the house window sill did great...moved them to an indoor sun room for plants...its winter in Erie PA...last place you would want to have to depend on solar panels, full spectrum LED lighting. in sun light they are more green. under full spectrum LED the are more red. The first to flower.
It has been a month - and my little Sundew has been doing valiant battle against small kitchen flies. Lots of new petals - and flower buds. Wish I could post a picture...
The sundew arrived fast and in very good condition. Even had a flower spike. She is still doing well and growing more everyday.
Plant came and arrived looking very healthy and had a very nice instruction pamphlet that covered a number of different plants. I am very pleased with my plant