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Drosera admirabilis

Product Description

This South African plant is similar in appearence to D.aliciae, but differs in that is smaller (to about 2cm in diameter) and overall is more compact.

The colouration is more vivid with the tentacles being a dark red and the leaves a vibrant green. The relatively large pink flowers are produced from May-September.

All of the above plants will thrive on a sunny windowsill or in a greenhouse or conservatory and need to be stood in 1-2cm of rain or distilled/deionised water.

Over the winter they should be allowed to cool with a winter minimum of 7 degrees celcius (45 degrees fahrenheit). At this time the compost should be allowed to dry slightly, resuming watering in the spring.

The compost should consist of a 50:50 mix of moss peat and horticultural lime-free sand.

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