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Drosera Broomensis Flowers

Flower description

One to four inflorescences emerge from the center and grow to 12″ in height

Produces white to pink flowers of various sizes

Blooms February to March.

The scape are often crowded

Lower surface of the sepals are glabrous.

It is closely related to Drosera petiolaris and is distinguished from other related species by its glabrous inflorescence.

Drosera broomensis 'Cape Levique, Dampier Peninsula, Kimberley (12 km South) Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Cape Levique, Dampier Peninsula (12 km South) Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Derby, Kimberley' (20 km south) Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Derby, Kimberley' (20 km south) Flower

Drosera broomensis Derby' (19 Km South)

Drosera broomensis 'Derby, Kimberley, W.A.' Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Ngadalargin wetland, Broome, Kimberley' (Nimalaica Claypan Lake region)

D. broomensis 'Ngadalargin wetland, Broome' (Nimalaica Claypan Lake region) Flower

Drosera broomensis Cape Leveque, Kimberley Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Cape Leveque, Kimberley' Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Deep Creek'

Drosera broomensis 'Deep Creek, Kimberley' Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Lake Campion' Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Lake Campion, Broome, W. A.' Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Taylors Lagoon, East of Broome' ( northern shores)

Drosera broomensis 'Taylors Lagoon, East of Broome' ( northern shores) Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point, Broome' (60km North) Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Coulomb Point, Broome' (60km North) Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Taylor's Lagoon' flower

Drosera broomensis 'Taylor's Lagoon' WHITE Flower

Drosera broomensis 'Taylors Lagoon (8 km West)

Drosera broomensis 'Taylors Lagoon, Broome' (8 km West) Flower

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