Drosera trinervia - seeds ~30+
Suprisingly this small winter growing South African Drosera has the distinction of being the most widely spread of the South Africans, not D. capensis.
The plants were labeled "N560 Stromsvlei Kloof, 150km from Cape Town, RSA".
I don't know much about germinating the seeds as I'm just trying now myself. What I did find from searching was that the seeds are very slow to germinate and the seedlings do not tolerate flooding.
Plants can get completely red in full sun. This is one of the easier to cultivate of the of winter growing South African Drosera. When they go dormant in the summer put the pots in shade and allow them to dry out. The dormant plants will tolerate some moisture. For best results let them dry completely. When they start regrowing in 2-3 months keep water to the bare minimum until full growth has resumed. Some people can apparently skip dormancy by keeping them wet, however for best growth and flowering give them dormancy. They will easily double in size after dormancy up to their maximum diameter of 1-1 1/2 inches.
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