- Drosera adelae, commonly known as the lance leaf sundew. It is an excellent plant for beginners because of its ability to adapt to different light conditions. In filtered sun they will produce wide, green leaves, and in brighter sun they will produce compact, red leaves.
- This hearty plant will bring a smile to faces when you witness it snag flying bugs out of the air. Drosera adelae work by producing a sticky, dew-like substance that attracts insects thinking it’s a free meal. When they land on the leaf, insects get stuck, and over the course of an hour, the leaf will curl around the prey for digestion.
Sunlight: Full sun, 6 or more hours of direct sunlight
- Temperature: 15 – 30 °C
- Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation.