Here's the first of a CP photo series I'm working on, featuring Drosera affinis from Namibia. This species grows for me here in Florida as a Winter grower which flowers in early Spring and then rests almost completely dormant to survive our hot, sticky and over-humid Summer, until the first cold snap arrives once more...
Even with insects in shorter supply during the cold weather, I'm amazed at how efficient of a "hunter" this species is!
With it's leaves flailing high into the air all around the plant, like some sort of morbid carousel, I couldn't help but promptly name it as such, even though it sounds like a "B rated" 80's sci-fi flick...
Please enjoy "The Carousel of Death"