Drosera cistiflora is a diverse winter growing sundew form South Africa. This sundew has linear or oblong leaves arranged in a rosette and some scattered leaves up the stem. Drosera cistiflora produces large flowers, the colors varies from plant to plant (This plant is a salmon flower). After flowering the plant pulls back to a rootstock and wait until next winter to emerge.
This is a cistiflora salmon flower. The only difference from the other salmon flower listed in the web is that we know the location of this particular plant.
Please read: You'll get 1 potted plant that is about 0.75" in diameter.