Drosera adelae is a beautiful sundew species native to the rainforests of Northeastern Australia where it grows along shaded creek banks and waterfalls.
This striking and dewy species is adaptable to a wide range of light conditions forming wide green leaves in low light and narrow bronze/red leaves in bright light. Once fully mature it's a menacing fruit fly and fungus gnat catcher producing a maze of dewy tentacles. This species does best in warm conditions with high humidity making it an excellent terrarium or orchid companion plant. We've found D. adelae thrives in a soil mix of live or long fibreSphagnum moss.
Young adult plants 7-10 cm (2-3inches) in diameter are for sale.