Carnivorous
Photograph
Drosera species 'Cultivar' - OR -
Drosera Hybrid 'Cultivar'
Description and grower
Drosera intermedia

Common Name: = Spoonleaf Sundew (USDA).
Desc: Species in Wisconsin. Bog habitat.
Coefficient of Conservatism: 8.

Not grown in trial gardens.
Drosera rotundifolia

Common Name: = Roundleaf Sundew (USDA).
Desc: Species in Wisconsin. Bog habitat.
Coefficient of Conservatism: 7.

Not grown in trial gardens.



Carnivorous
Photograph
Drosera species 'Cultivar' - OR -
Drosera Hybrid 'Cultivar'
Description and grower
Future image Drosera adelae

Parents: = Species in Australia.
Desc: Light green leaves in rosette, 2 inches long.
Grower: 9/18/2005 J&K Orchids (Neenah, WI).

12/1/2005 - DEAD.
11/1/2005 - Grown in 2 inch pot. Moved indoors for winter (MH-HID lights).
Drosera aliciae

Parents: = Species in South Africa.
Desc: Rosetted subtropical sundew. Red gladular hairs on green leaves, rosette 3 inches wide.
Grower: 11/27/2006 California Carnivores (Sebastopol, CA).

7/1/2008 - DEAD.
3/17/2007 - Declining plant, small. Leaves brown, no new growth observed. Receives sunlight from southeast facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice weekly, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
1/21/2007 - Struggling plant, small. Some basal leaves browm. Moved from MH-HID light. Receives sunlight from southeast facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice weekly, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
11/30/2006 - Grown in 3 inch pot. Healthy plant. Moved indoors for winter (MH-HID lights). Watered twice weekly with RO water, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
Future image Drosera binata 'Marston Dragon'

Exotic to Wisconsin. Native to New Zealand.
Desc: Growing in man-made bog on sphagnum covered cedar log (log floating in water).
Grower: 4/29/2008 California Carnivores (Sebastopol, CA).

6/11/2009 healthy plant, multiple stalks, several plants were propagated from original parent plant.
Future image Drosera binata variety dichotoma 'Giant'

Exotic to Wisconsin. Native to New Zealand.
Desc: Growing in man-made bog on sphagnum covered cedar log (log floating in water).
Grower: 4/29/2008 California Carnivores (Sebastopol, CA).

6/11/2009 healthy plant, multiple stalks, several plants were propagated from original parent plant.
Drosera capensis

Parents: = Species in ??.
Desc: Red gladular hairs on long green leaves.
Grower: 9/18/2005 J&K Orchids (Neenah, WI).

12/15/2005 - DEAD.
11/1/2005 - Grown in 2 inch pot. Moved indoors for winter (MH-HID lights).
Future image Drosera graminifolia

Parents: = Species in South America.
Desc: Threadleaved sundew. Red gladular hairs on green leaves, rosette 3 inches wide.
Grower: 3/15/2007 J&K Orchids (Neenah, WI).

5/15/2007 - DEAD.
3/17/2007 - Healthy plant, small. Four inch long thin green leaves with red glandular hairs. Receives sunlight from southeast facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice weekly, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
Drosera hamiltonii

Parents: = Species in Australia.
Desc: Rosetted subtropical sundew. Red gladular hairs on green leaves, rosette 3 inches wide.
Grower: 11/27/2006 California Carnivores (Sebastopol, CA).

7/1/2008 - DEAD.
7/5/2007 - Struggling plant, but alive. Deep red color on leaves.
5/1/2007 - Healthy plant. Transplanted directly into artificial bog in front yard. Part sun, covered with lattice for spectled shade. Summer home, will over winter in warm indoor plant room.
3/17/2007 - Healthy plant, small. Nice green leaves with red glandular hairs. Receives sunlight from southeast facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice weekly, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
1/21/2007 - Healthy plant, small. Nice green leaves with red glandular hairs. Moved from MH-HID light. Receives sunlight from southeast facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice weekly, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
11/30/2006 - Grown in 3 inch pot. Healthy plant. Moved indoors for winter (MH-HID lights). Watered twice weekly with RO water, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
Drosera intermedia x capillaris
Additional Images
Drosera intermedia is native to Wisconsin. Drosera capillaris is exotic to Wisconsin.
Desc: Growing in man-made bog on sphagnum covered cedar log (log floating in water).
Grower: 4/29/2008 California Carnivores (Sebastopol, CA).

6/8/2011 healthy plant, multiple leaves.
Drosera filiformis
Additional Images
Drosera filiformis is exotic to Wisconsin.
Desc: Growing in man-made bog on sphagnum covered cedar log (log floating in water).
Grower: 4/29/2008 California Carnivores (Sebastopol, CA).

6/8/2011 healthy plant, multiple leaves.
Drosera slackii

Parents: = Species in South Africa.
Desc: Rosetted subtropical sundew. Red gladular hairs on green leaves, rosette 3 inches wide.
Grower: 11/27/2006 California Carnivores (Sebastopol, CA).

7/1/2008 - DEAD.
7/5/2007 - Struggling plant, but alive. Deep red color on leaves.
5/1/2007 - Healthy plant. Transplanted directly into artificial bog in front yard. Part sun, covered with lattice for spectled shade. Summer home, will over winter in warm indoor plant room.
3/17/2007 - Healthy plant, small. Nice green leaves with red glandular hairs. Receives sunlight from southeast facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice weekly, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
1/21/2007 - Healthy plant, small. Nice green leaves with red glandular hairs. Receives sunlight from southeast facing window for 2-3 hours. Watered twice weekly, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
11/30/2006 - Grown in 3 inch pot. Healthy plant. Moved indoors for winter (MH-HID lights). Watered twice weekly with RO water, soil kept permanently wet, nighttime temperature kept above 60F for winter.
Future image Drosera spathulata

Parents: = Species in Australia to Japan.
Desc: Light green leaves in rosette, 2 inches long.
11/1/2005 - Grown in 2 inch pot. Moved indoors for winter (MH-HID lights). Dead.
Grower: 9/18/2005 J&K Orchids (Neenah, WI).

3/1/2006 - DEAD.
11/1/2005 - Grown in 2 inch pot. Moved indoors for winter (MH-HID lights).



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Freshness / Storage from seller: fresh collected (autumn 2008) with high germination rate. All seeds were storaged in the fridge in temperature around 4C/39F.
Recommended germination procedure from seller: put seeds on wet compost in high humidity place (mix of peat and silica sand 2:1).



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