Are you looking to collect the strangest plant on earth? You may have found it!
This uncommon form of Drosera is Drosera aff. ordensis. Its wide leaves are covered in little white hairs (an adaptive trait to keep it cool in the hot dry heat of Australia) and on the end of each leaf there is a blood-red dewey trap just waiting for any insect unfortunate enough to land on it. These plants hail from the Kingston Rest area of Australia and grows very wide leaves compared to other odensis types.
Light: Full sun or grow light equivalent
Mature size: About 3 inches in diameter
Soil: Carnivorous Plant Soil Mix, Pure peat, peat-sand mix, or long-fiber sphagnum
Water: Keep wet at all times during the active growing season, provide water that is low in salts and minerals such as rain or distilled water
Temperature: 45-90°F with hotter temperatures preferred, this species prefers warm roots so a heat mat may also be beneficial
Dormancy: Dormant during the dry season, but should still be kept warm. Trigger dormancy by reducing the length of the photoperiod for about 3 months. Reduce watering during dormancy and only feed if there is dew on the traps.