Pygmy sundews, almost all of which originate in Western Australia, are a fascinating and complex group of plants. Most of these plants are true miniatures, rarely larger than a penny, although a few can be somewhat larger in size. All are beautiful, diminutive jewels, best seen in colonies with the aid of magnifying glasses. There are probably around forty or so species and a few hybrids. They can be easily grown in a terrarium, on a windowsill, or outside in areas with mild winters.