After speaking with several members here among other growers, I have realized that there are more misconceptions about successfully growing these plants than I had thought. I wrote the care sheet below last year for the NECPS members to use as a guide for their cultivation and I hope that it can...
Once I was in a store and there was a corner in which some really strange plants were standing.
They shall eat meat or something like that and they are probably dangerous. No risc no fun. I took one of the glistening with the sticky leaves.
About 10 years later ......
The fully opened D. porrecta which I posted before. Note the lighter for scale (the plant is about 40cm tall)
D. browniana putting up a bloom
And this one is interesting... D. erythrorhiza ssp. magna that is thinking about walking away...
Hello everyone, here is my grow list. Little old with some additions missing but pretty accurate. Current 2/05 additions coming soon, couple losses to.
ald1 Japanese form
ald2 Australian red form NSW near Mertens Creek above Big Mertens Falls near Mitchel Falls, Kimberley...
Just a few photos of my fan-leaved tuberous Drosera in the greenhouse today. Haven't been able to post photos here for quite a while now so I thought I'd give it another go.
Drosera stolonifera ssp. stolonifera "Harvey, WA" in flower. A nice robust light green coloured form.
and its flowers...
U. alpina (ABG clone)
U. dichotoma “pink flower, tuber forming”
N. hamata (BE clone)
N. albomarginata “Green” TAHBWG TC
N. albomarginata “Red” Wistuba
N. x Predator
N. cv. 'Peter D'Amato'