This particular variety is known for its pink coloration when exposed to high intensity light and for growing much bigger than the average Cape Sundew, hence the name ‘Big Pink’. The Cape Sundew, is a carnivorous plant species forming linear leaves up to 2 1/2 in. long. It is easy to care for and may produce plantlets as it grows. The leaves are covered with tentacles (trichomes) that secrete a sticky “dew” to attract and catch prey. The dew also contains enzymes that aid in digestion. Once a leaf traps prey, the bug’s movements trigger the leaf to curl up, introducing more dew and enzymes. Eventually, the plant absorbs all of the nutrients in the bug leaving only the external skeleton.
Size and packing method: You will receive a bare root plant about 3-4 inches in diameter, carefully wrapped in a damp paper towel