monique at mail.bio.tamu.edu
Thu Jul 13 12:53:08 EST 2000
You have a free, bonus Sundew, of the genus Drosera. They are also
carnivorous, trapping small insects with the sticky hairs. They like
the same moist, nutrient-poor situtations Venus flytraps do.
> A few months ago, I bought a Venus flytrap. A few other plants came with the
> soil (presumably as seeds which had somehow made it into the soil.) One of
> these has recently matured, but I don't know what sort of plant it is. I've
> attached a rather crude drawing of it (sorry, but I'm not a very good
> artist. :-) ) Those red bits are supposed to be small red hairs, which seem
> to have small drops of liquid attached. I think it might be related to
> sundews, but I can't be sure. Can anyone help? How should I take care of it?
> Thanks for any help.
> E-mail: mbf8 at yahoo.com
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