These are from the antho-free form of S. rosea......a bit difficult to grow and not common. The parent was selfed, the seeds are plump and fresh harvested, about 25 seed. Nobody has S. psit antho-free seed for trade so I will try again.
I am looking for the true, VERY red form of D. capensis, a plant. I have grown seed of supposedly red capensis before only to have them be normal capensis. I had this plant years ago, and would like the real deal again. Another sundew I had before and liked was the D. binatas. Would you like to trade me a healthy, well colored red capensis and a D. binata (any form)plants (small is ok as long as healthy and well colored AND well packaged), let me know. Best offer.