DROSERA - TUBEROUS SPECIES


The unique plants are native to western Australia, with a few exceptions, and are winter growers. They die back to an underground tuber, the same structure as a potato, for the hot and dry summer. Because of their delicate nature when in growth, they are sometimes offered as dormant tubers in August/September.

These are not recommended for the beginner, though are easy enough to master once you tune into their growth cycle.

A winter minimum of 3 degrees Celsius (38 degrees Fahrenheit) is ideal for their winter growing period, and afford them as much light as you can muster.

THESE TUBERS WILL BE SENT VIA NEXT WORKING DAY COURIER.

THE PLANTS OFFERED ARE TUBERS. THE PRICE IS FOR 1-2 DEPENDENT ON SIZE AND RARITY. THESE ARE SMALL BY NATURE, SO DON'T BE EXPECTING COCONUTS NOW. ONCE RECEIVED, THESE SHOULD BE PLANTED 1-2 CM BELOW SURFACE, AND IF YOU'RE UNSURE I SUGGEST A READ OF THE GUIDE BELOW. SOME EXPERIENCE IS HELPFUL, BUT WE ALL NEED TO START SOMEWHERE, AND SO I'D SUGGEST D. MACRANTHA AS A GOOD BEGINNER PLANT. MY FIRST ATTEMPT WAS D. STOLONIFERA IN THE LATE 80s AND I STILL HAVE IT.

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DROSERA - TUBEROUS SPECIES

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