A totally bizarre and fascinating looking carnivorous plant! Drosera lanata is native to Northeastern Australia and this species likes it hot and humid. A member of the petolaris complex of Australian sundews D. lanata is distinguished by its mint green elongated petioles which are covered in white hairs and terminated by a spectacular pin-cushion dewy trap. The hairs on the petioles are known to both protect the plant from intense sunlight and to catch fog and dew during dry spells.
This species requires consistent bright light, warm temperatures, and high humidity. Provided these conditions are met this species will reward you with an otherworldly display of Sundew magnificence!
Single growth point plants for sale ~5cm(2") in diameter for sale.