Drosera anglica Seeds

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Ease to Grow: Easy
Dormancy: Required
Native Range: Wet Bogs of northern North America, Europe and Asia
Zones: 2-6 (2-9)

Drosera anglica, the Great or English Sundew is a large sundew (2"-6") from northern circumpolar regions. Its paddle-shaped leaves are lime green with long red sticky tentacles. It  prefers growing in and among sphagnum moss, where it keeps up with the fast growth of the moss. It does well growing with other bog plants, where it receives mottled sunlight. It does not tolerate temperatures over 80°F very well. It emerges late in the Spring and lasts throughout the Fall. It forms a hairless winter hibernacula (resting bud), which is best pushed down to the surface in early Spring for best growth. The small flowers are white on scapes with multiple blossoms. It flowers from June to September. It frequently produce abundant seeds, giving it a nice spreading habitat. Seeds need to be stratified (cold, damp winter storage). It is wide-spread in its range through North America and Europe.

Seed Packs are fresh harvested in the Fall, and stored refrigerated. Seed count is approximate, but reliable.

Note: Stratification is required to prepare seeds for germination. All seeds are produced from open pollination within our collection. Some cross pollination among different cultivars may occur. Growing carnivorous plants from seeds is best suited for the experienced and patient grower. See our webpage on Growing CPs from Seeds.

Height: 2" - 6+"
Plant Type: Perennial, cold temperate
Soil: Lower Bog Mix or General CP Mix or Live Sphagnum Moss
Light: Bright indoors, full sun to partial sun outdoors
Use: Grows well in the soggy bog garden, greenhouse and indoors if Winter dormancy is provided.

Customer Reviews

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Jake Caires
Quality seeds!

The seeds arrived in very organized packets with great instruction. I immediately sowed all 25+ tiny seeds when I received them (9/21). I stratified them for a month and then put them under my LEDs to trigger their germination. Today (2/22), I have about two dozen, dime-sized anglica seedlings! I can't wait to get them in my outdoor bog this summer! Thank you!

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