A few years back I made an interesting cross between Drosera filiformis "Florida red form" and Drosera tracyi"white flower, antho-free". Finally after a long wait, it has finally flowered and shows some interesting characteristics of both parents involved. Introducing; D. "Dreamsicle".
Close up views of hybrid D. "Dreamsicle" and both parent's leaves;
And now the parent's flowers;
And finally, the flowers of D. "Dreamsicle". The extra wide notched petals are typical of the D. tracyi antho-free parent and the pink overall blush is clearly from the D. filiformis "Florida red form" parent. The hybrid's flower also shows a white tinge in the center further proving the successful crossing between the two.
Propagation of this plant is restricted to leaf cuttings only. EDIT; D. "Florida Fury" is now being registered as the cultivar D. "Dreamsicle"
Happy Growing! Brian Barnes.