D. capensis

stevebradford

Carnivorous Plant Addict
Your right, I suspect it’s more about age than anything. Bad wording on my part. I hope I can get my capensis to look like palms one day.
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(Left to right, Drosera capensis ‘Alba’,
Drosera capensis ‘Red’,
Drosera capensis ‘Wide leaf’)
 
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Jonathan

Carnivorous Plant Addict
Question. What do you do with Sundews that have skirts? Do you just let them get taller and taller? or do you somehow divide or trim the plants? Is there a limit to how tall they get and just stop growing taller?
 

H2O

Administrator
Staff member
I tend to let my capensis get as tall as they want, I do however remove all of the dead material a couple times a year to make space for the “basal” offshoot that form from the roots and stem.
 

Muckydoo

Carnivore
I ordered some D. capensis seeds from a few places(Willy, Etsy, Ebay). The one off ebay was from a guy in Europe. Wish I could recall where... I think it might have been Greece?

Anyway, I got them last fall, and they were listed as plain old capensis.

The resulting plants are actually an interesting mix of various capensis.


This one was a fairly regular one, but grew quite tall and had a long reach.


There was an 'alba' in the mix (actually a few of them in there)


Then this really really red one!



And this odd duck... Not sure what he is??
Very slow grower..
 
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