Drosera capensis 'narrow red leaf' Potted
The most beautiful and striking of the Cape Sundews, the entire plant will be bright red when grown in full sun. They are slightly slower growing than other Cape Sundews. The flowers are darker pink and on shorter scapes. Cape Sundews catch gnats, fruit flies and even an occasional house fly.
Please note; in winter these plants can lose some of their red pigment and will darken up again in spring and summer.
Sun: Full sun indoors on a sunny windowsill, in a terrarium, or outdoors
Water: Always sitting in a few inches of distilled, rain or purified water
Temperature: 40 degrees - 80 degrees, can even take temperatures from freezing to 100 degrees but only for short periods and can grow back from the roots after a freeze
Dormancy: none needed