Urantia CarnivoresDrosera broomensis 'Taylor's Lagoon, Broome, W. A.'This plant sells out quick so sign up for notification alerts so you can the first to know when it is back in stock
This D. broomensis is part of the Drosera petiolaris complex sundew family and is a perennial carnivorous plant from Taylor's Lagoon, Broome, W. A. It has nice slender and long leaves that are typically bright green, which stands out with its strawberry candy like colored traps. This plant will grow hair on its leaves when given low humidity. It produces white flowers in early to late spring. 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.
Location Data - Taylor's Lagoon, Broome, W. A.
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 Division
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.
Drosera broomensis 'Taylor's Lagoon, Broome, W. A.'
A one-time price of $39.99 will be added to your order.