Drosera binata var. multifida extrema is a native to New Zealand and Southeast Australia. The forked leaves are covered with dewy nectar that attracts and traps prey. It loves warm sunny conditions but can handle light frosts. It will go dormant if the temperatures are too cool. The underground stolons can produce large clumps over time, putting on a spectacular show! These make great companions for other sun-loving carnivorous plants such as venus flytraps, Sarracenia and Heliamphora.
Warm, sunny conditions. Distilled/RO water.
Drosera or sundews are one of the largest groups of carnivorous plants. With nearly 200 species ranging from highland to lowland types. Most prefer growing in acidic peat and sand-based soils.
Native to Australia and New Zealand. This is a large growing form of the species that produces large clumps of sticky, forked leaves. You can expect large white flowers throughout the warmer months. Shipped potted. The image shows a sample of the divisions we are offering. 2-3+ inches in diameter.