Up for bid is a medium-sized plant of D. collinsiae "Faryland" about 8 months old after being propagated from a leaf cutting (pictures below). This species is extremely easy to grow, and can be treated like D. capensis or any other easy South African sundew.
D. collinsiae "Faryland" is still quite uncommon in the United States, so I would prefer that you only bid on this sundew if you have grown D. capensis or another easy sundew for over a year and are confident that you will be able to propagate this plant and spread it to other growers over the next few years.
According to Tamlin, this plant is "a likely natural hybrid of Drosera burkeana and D. madagascariensis"
For more information about this species, please check out this link:
Starting bid is $3
Buyer will pay no more than $5 shipping/packaging.
Plant you will receive: note: you will only receive the larger of the 2 plants pictured.
And a size comparison of the mother plant to my thumb:
If you have any other questions, please let me know.