Drosera ginantea is an erect perennial tuberous sundew, native to Western Australia that prefers sunny settings and wet sandy soils. Drosera gigantea is the giant sundew, it can reach up to 3 feet in height, it was first described by John Lindley in 1839.
This plant is summer dormant and comes back during colder months.
Please read: You'll get 1-2 potted tubers per order.
|Water||Start adding water in colder months (around September) and keep it sitting in water until it gets brown then reduce water and let it dry. Add small amounts of water during summer and repeat the process. Use distilled, R/O, or rain water only.|
|Sun||This plant likes a lot of sun, so try to give it as much as possible.|
|Dormancy||Dormancy gets trigger by warmer months, this is usually in spring and plant comes back around fall, so do NOT throw your plant away, it is just in dormancy.|
|Media||Peat moss and sand.|
|Temperature||Temperatures above 78° can trigger dormancy, keep them cool with lots of light.|