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Plants in the Genus Drosera

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Drosera is a genus of about 100 species of rosette-forming or scrambling, herbaceous or evergreen, insectivorous perennials found in poor, acid, boggy soil throughout the world with linear to rounded leaves, the blades covered with fringed, gland-tipped hairs that trap insects and racemes or panicles of five-petalled, white, pink, or purple flowers.

Click on any of the 4 plants listed below in the genus Drosera to read more about that plant, or go back to the genus a-z.

Drosera aliciae (Alice sundew) Add to my lists
Drosera binata (Double-leaved sundew) Add to my lists
Drosera capensis (Cape sundew) Add to my lists
Drosera capensis 'Albino' (Cape sundew 'Albino') Add to my lists

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