|For species-specific sundew information, click on any Drosera(sundew) species name in the list directly below and you will be directed to that page. For general sundew cultivation info, check out the links along the right side of this page. For easier navigation of sundew info, click here.|
D. sp. "South Africa"
Drosera camporupestris (pictures)
Drosera montana var. tomentosa
D. binata varieties
Drosera tokaiensis (a hybrid)
D. anglica tropical forms
D. binata var. multifida "extrema"
D. intermedia tropical forms
3 Sisters of Queensland
Drosera binata varieties
D. filiformis var. filiformis
How to grow tuberous sundews
List of tuberous sundews species
D.capensis x aliciae
D. spatulata x capensis
D. filiformis x D. intermedia
D. rotundifolia 'Charles Darwin'
D. x obovata 'Ivan's Paddle'
Having trouble finding a particular sundew species?
Visit the A-Z Drosera index to search for sundew species in alphabetical order.
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Thank youfor visiting growsundews.com. The Sundew Grow Guides is a collection of in-depth horticultural articles dedicated to the species of the Drosera genus. This site covers everything a beginner to experienced sundew grower will ever need to know about growing sundews. This site is a collaborative effort by several people, and pages are all written by experienced growers. If you want to contribute, there is still much to be done! Let me know how you'd like to help :).
The Goal of The Sundew Grow GuidesThis site will eventually (hopefully) include detailed cultivation guides for every common sundew in cultivation. This site is still a work-in-progress and will take several years to complete, but we're always working on new articles.
Examples of Articles on this SiteExamples are: how to grow sundews from seed, how to produce thousands of sundews from a single plant (propagation), proper lighting and growing conditions, and supplies you will need to keep your sundews happy.
Additional GoalsAnother goal of this site is to help you find the sundews you're looking for! While sundews are not sold at this site, I used to trade, give away seed, or sell it for a very low price. I won't have time to do this for the next 3 years, but we've compiled a set of resources all on one page to help you out!
Comments and Suggestions are Always Welcome!If you have questions or ideas for the site, please email me! Go ahead and e-mail us any new features you would like to see on the site.
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