These ever propagating sundew species like to clone themselves as mush as weeds do. They seem to flower just as often too. Featuring sticky traps that effectively capture plenty of mosquitos, flies, ants and moths. Mucus like in texture, these traps suffocate and digest small insects throughout the growing season before going dormant in the cooler temperatures.
Purchased from Cook’s this species is incredibly hardy!
The rains have been refilling the barrels and keeping the plants watered, it’s great to have nature do all the work. Here is a shot of the purple colored flowers from this clear colored Thread-leaved sundew.