Urantia Carnivores Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north) This D. broomensis is part of the Drosera petiolaris complex sundew family and is a perennial carnivorous plant from Coulomb Point, 60 km north of Broome, Kimberley. It has nice slender petioles that are slightly pubescent. It produces white flowers in early to late spring. This plant stands out with its characteristically bright yellow traps. The specific epithet broomensis refers to the region in which it grows. It is closely related to Drosera petiolaris and differs from other related species by its glabrous inflorescence. This plant get HUGE! I have had them grow to 6" x 6" by the time they were only a year old Location Data - Coulomb Point, 60 km north of Broome, Kimberley We will send the largest and best-looking plants in our collection Type - Drosera petiolaris complex sundew, perennial, carnivorous plant, “Wooly Sundew” Source - Seed Grown Purchase options are: Bare-root - plant is sold without soil and is carefully packaged. With soil - Plant is bare-root carefully packaged and includes 1.5 cups of soil that specifically made for petiolaris complex and is rinsed 3x plus sterilized before shipment.
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Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)

$49.99$29.99
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)
Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)

Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point' (60 km north)

$49.99$29.99
Model Number: 071332
This D. broomensis is part of the Drosera petiolaris complex sundew family and is a perennial carnivorous plant from Coulomb Point, 60 km north of Broome, Kimberley. It has nice slender petioles that are slightly pubescent. It produces white flowers in early to late spring. This plant stands out with its characteristically bright yellow traps. The specific epithet broomensis refers to the region in which it grows. It is closely related to Drosera petiolaris and differs from other related species by its glabrous inflorescence. This plant get HUGE! I have had them grow to 6" x 6" by the time they were only a year old
Location Data - Coulomb Point, 60 km north of Broome, Kimberley

We will send the largest and best-looking plants in our collection

Type - Drosera petiolaris complex sundew, perennial, carnivorous plant, “Wooly Sundew”

Source - Seed Grown

Purchase options are:

Bare-root - plant is sold without soil and is carefully packaged.

With soil - Plant is bare-root carefully packaged and includes 1.5 cups of soil that specifically made for petiolaris complex and is rinsed 3x plus sterilized before shipment.
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Shipment packaging:
Bare-root plants are carefully wrapped in different varieties of live sphagnum. The roots are then wrapped with a thick paper towel. Then the whole plant is then wrapped in a thick paper towel then lightly sprayed with a systemic anti-fungicide (this preserves the plant perfectly).  Each plant is then wrapped in a small ziplock bag. They are placed in a small shipping box with packaging paper or bubble wrap. The box is then put into a padded envelope for extra protection. Each shipping label has the words *LIVE PLANTS* HANDLE WITH CARE. 

Scientific classification

Kingdom:Plantae
Clade:Angiosperms
Clade:Eudicots
Order:Caryophyllales
Family:Droseraceae
Genus:Drosera
Subgenus:Drosera subg.Lasiocephala
Species:
D. broomensis
Binomial name
Drosera broomensis

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