Drosera helodes (Pygmy Sundew)

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Drosera helodes (Pygmy Sundew)

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As the name suggests, pygmy sundews are a group of very small sundews about 1.5-2cm in diameter. The majority is endemic to Australia, and some in South America. Very easy to take care of. They are famous for producing numerous tiny gemmae in the center of the rossette. When ripe, they would pop out of the plant when you touch them. A gamme is like a small baby plant and readily form an adult plant if you plant it on a wet peat/sand mix. Like the adult plants, keep them moist and warm under an artificial light. One downside to pygmy sundews is that they do not like their roots to be disturbed. For this reason, they will be shipped potted in a 2” square pot.

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