The pygmy species, found predominately in Australia, are generally winter growing plants in habitat, when they enjoy cooler and wetter conditions. In cultivation they will grow all year if kept wet and in full sun, though some will go through a period of summer dormancy if the temperatures rise too far, at which time they will lose their leaves and produce a silvery dormant bud in the centre of the rosette. A winter minimum of 7 degrees Celcius (45 degrees Fahrenheit) is ideal.
I NOW HAVE THE GEMMAE SOWN FOR THIS YEAR'S PYGMY DROSERA OFFERING AS LISTED BELOW. THESE WILL BE AVAILABLE IN MAY/JUNE DEPENDING ON THE SEASON THIS YEAR. D. ALLANTOSTIGMA IS STILL AVAILABLE IN VERY LIMITED NUMBER FROM LAST YEAR.