Drosera trinervia Stormsvlei Kloof, RSA seed - at least 25 seeds.
This winter growing South African Sundew is one of the easiest to cultivate of the winter growers. It has the distinction of being the widest ranging of all the South African Drosera species.
I find the seeds fairly easy to germinate, no special treatment is needed. Sow them on the media (sand or perlite and peat moss), keep the media very moist almost flooded and the temperatures in the low 70s mid 60s F. Keep the pots uncovered (they won't germinate bagged or covered). And wait 4 to 8 weeks.
These plants will go dormant in the summer all though you can keep some of them from going dormant by keeping them wet. I've never found this beneficial in the long run - the plants won't flower and get out of sync with the seasons and usually end up dying. If they don't go dormant on their own by the begining or middle of fall I cut back on water until they go dormant. I normally let them dry out completely but they seem to tolerate some moisture when dormant.
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