Drosera paradoxa is a member of the Petiolaris Complex and native to the Norther Territory and Western Australia. Over time it can grow quite tall, forming a woody stem as the growth point sheds dead foliage. It was first described in 1997 but due to its many forms of growth, initial field observations were confusing. This gave rise to its name, paradoxa.
Size and packing method: Plants are about 1 inch in diameter and will be shipped bare root, carefully wrapped in a damp paper towel.