Drosera (ordensis x brevicornis) x darwiniensis - Drosera (ordensis x brevicornis) x darwiniensis - This is one of our FAVORITES! It is a triple hybrid. The seed parents are a hybrid of ordensis x brevicornis. Its pollen parent is darwiniensis. They are from the Drosera petiolaris complex sundew group. Its leaves are very wide from the base and only begins to taper off just before it reaches its large round traps. They have a very small amount of pubescent hair. Once mature it will flower daily. Matter of fact, I never have one that isn't in bloom every day. Most have two or three blooms every day on one plant. One plant will have multiple flower stalks up to six inches or more and will produce up to 70 flowers on just one stalk. This is perfect for us since we use this plant as the base genetics to our "breeding program". Sign up for notifications to be alerted when its offspring are available for sale.
The flowers are snow white and produce a decent amount of pollen.
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