Drosera fulva x darwiniensis - This plant shows more of its pollen parent darwinensis rather than its seed parent - fulva. Its long slender green leaves that lead to large traps really make it look more like some forms of Drosera kenneallyi. All it would need is some Drosera falconeri shaped traps, then it really would. Makes you really think about the evolution of the Drosera kenneallyi and if this hybrid could be the building blocks to it. This hybrid, however, has nice large oval-shaped traps much like darwinensis, but the pad bowls which was inherited from its fulva parent. Its new leaves grow erect like fulva but begin to lay flat to the ground like darwinensis. This hybrid tends to bloom in late summer. It does divide.
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