Drosera capensis ‘Cape Sundew’ Tissue Culture
Drosera capensis, also known as the Cape Sundew, is a species of carnivorous plant native to South Africa. This tissue culture of Drosera capensis is propagated in a sterile laboratory setting, ensuring that it is free of pests and diseases. The Cape Sundew is known for its unique trapping mechanism, which involves sticky tentacles that are used to capture and digest insects. This plant is easy to care for and is a fascinating addition to any collection. With its stunning red and green foliage, the Cape Sundew is sure to be a conversation starter in any environment. Add this unique plant to your collection today and watch it thrive!
Introducing Drosera capensis ‘Cape Sundew’ Tissue Culture – a unique and fascinating addition to any plant collection. Native to South Africa, the Cape Sundew is a carnivorous plant that captures and digests insects using sticky tentacles. This tissue culture is propagated in a sterile laboratory setting, ensuring that it is free of pests and diseases.
Caring for the Cape Sundew is easy, as it only requires a few basic things to thrive. The plant prefers a well-draining, sandy soil and should be grown in a terrarium or greenhouse to maintain high humidity. It also requires plenty of sunlight and regular watering, but be sure to avoid getting water on the plant’s sticky tentacles as this can interfere with its trapping mechanism.
In addition to its unique carnivorous habits, the Cape Sundew is also known for its beautiful red and green foliage. This stunning plant is sure to be a conversation starter in any environment and is a must-have for plant enthusiasts and collectors.
If you’re looking to add something truly special to your collection, consider the Cape Sundew tissue culture. With its easy care requirements and captivating appearance, this plant is sure to thrive in any setting. Get your own Cape Sundew today and experience the wonder of this fascinating species.