The king sundew (Drosera regia) really is one of the largest sundew species.
The upright growth and the long, (with sufficient exposure) heavily dewed carnivorous leaves make the plants look particularly noble and really do credit to their name.
In winter, the plants should be wintered frost-free and bright. Wintering with cold house conditions (at 5-10 ° C) is ideal. During the summer, the plants can then also be kept outdoors, for example in larger clay pots. From a certain size, the propagation takes place automatically via root runners. However, similar to the albany pitcher plant (Cephalotus follicularis), the plants tend to die off rapidly under unfavorable conditions, but can sprout again from the rhizomes.
We therefore recommend this species especially for more experienced carnivorous plant growers.
You will get a potted young plant in a 9cm round pot!
The dispatch takes place exclusively potted!
M = 10-20cm