Drosera spiralisis a rare and beautiful highland sundew from the South American highlands. It produces long, upright leaves that are thicker than the North American threadleaf sundews, and have a unique vernation as they emerge, as well as prominent papery stipules at the base. Grown well it can get quite large, up to 12-16 inches high, and make large pink flowers. For maximum health it appreciates extremely bright light, and cooler overall temperatures, especially at night. A prized sundew for any serious collection.