Byblis guehoi ‘Bobby’s Creek, Dampier Peninsula, WA’

/Byblis guehoi ‘Bobby’s Creek, Dampier Peninsula, WA’

Byblis guehoi ‘Bobby’s Creek, Dampier Peninsula, WA’


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Byblis guehoi, commonly called the Rainbow Plant, is an annual carnivorous plant native to the Kimberley region of Western Australia. It was discovered by Russ Guého in August 2004 and formally described in 2008 by John Conran and Allen Lowrie. B. guehoi produces numerous pinkish-mauve flowers and is unique from other Byblis species in its tendency to grow branching stems. These plants were originally collected from Bobby’s Creek area on the Dampier Peninsula.

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Size and packing method: You will receive a young plant about 3-4 inches tall. Because Byblis have fragile roots, plants are shipped in small biodegradable peat pots. Upon arrival, gently tear the bottom portion of the pot away to allow for root growth before planting the peat pot in a larger container.

Growing requirements

Mature size: Trailing stems 16 inches or longer
Light: Full sun
Soil: Carnivorous Plant Soil Mix, pure peat, or peat-sand mix
Feeding: Feed bugs or dried bloodworms every 2-3 weeks, Maxsea fertilizer may also be used with care
Humidity: 50-90%
Water: Keep soil wet at all times, provide water that is low in salts and minerals such as rain or distilled water
Temperature: 60-80°F
Dormancy period: None, this plant is technically an annual but may survive longer if kept in ideal conditions

Planting and adjustment instructions will be included with your shipment.

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