Drosera filiformis is characterized by its pronounced winter hardiness.
These slightly more delicate cultivars from the region of Nova Scotia, Canada originally come from one of the most northerly locations where Drosera filiformis grows.
In the cold months the plant retreats into a hibernacle, while in warmer periods the typical thread-like trapping leaves develop.
The prey mainly includes various moths, less frequently larger gnats. A particularly beautiful plant that should not be missing in any bog bed!
M = 1-2 juvenile plants (7-10cm)