The bug plant Roridula gorgonias comes from South Africa and belongs to the group of the precarnivorous plants, because it cannot digest its prey by itself, but is dependent on the help of symbionts - the bugs of the genus Pameridea. The particularly large genus Roridula can also be cultivated successfully without bugs, but the plants should then be fertilized regularly, especially after they have branched out. Since this species is native to the Kapensis, a cooler overwintering is recommended. An absolute specialty!
S = You will receive a potted plant in a 9 cm round pot, about 5-7 cm high.
M = You get a potted plant in a 9-piece round pot, about 10 cm high.
The dispatch takes place exclusively potted!
schöne, große und gesunde Pflanze