Drosera derbyensis is a member of the petiolaris complex, it gets it’s nickname the “Wooly Sundew” from the white hairs covering the leaf petioles. The hairs provide protection from the sun in hot, dry locations by keeping the leaves cool and reducing the rate of transpiration.
Packing method: Small plants are about 1 inch in diameter and large ones are between 2 and 3 inches in diameter. Bare root plants will be carefully wrapped in a damp paper towel. Potted specimens will be packed securely to prevent the plant from becoming dislodged during shipping.