Drosera Paradox Sundew Carnivorous Fly Trap Plant

Drosera Paradox Sundew Carnivorous Fly Trap Plant 11cm

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Drosera Paradox is a carnivorous plant species, commonly known as the Paradox Sundew. 
The leaves are typically green or red, covered in fine, hair-like structures, each tipped with a sticky gland that helps to capture insects.



The sundew attracts insects through the sticky droplets on its leaves. Insects are lured by the glistening appearance of the droplets, thinking they are dew, and get stuck when they land on the leaves.

Light:Provide bright, indirect sunlight. They thrive in full sun but can tolerate some shade.

Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Use purified water or rainwater to prevent mineral buildup.

Humidity: Maintain high humidity levels, ideally above 50%.

Temperature: Keep the plant in a warm environment, with temperatures between 70-85°F (21-29°C) during the day and a slight drop at night.

Feeding: They capture insects for nutrients, but if grown indoors, supplement their diet with small insects, such as fruit flies or pinhead crickets.

Origin: Drosera paradox is native to Australia.

Toxicity: Drosera paradox is not toxic to humans or pets.


This plant is supplied in nursery plastic pot: ϕ-8cm x h-7cm