The latin name for sundew plants is Drosera. They have a sticky trap to catch bugs for fertilizer! Sundew plants grow wild on almost all the continents, so as you might expect they very dramatically. Drosera capensis "Big Pink" and Drosera binata "Exrema" can make leaves all year and are less cold-hardy; they are from warm-temperate areas of the world. "Big Pink" is compact so its the best choice to catch fruitflies on your windowsill. Threadleaf sundew, or Drosera filiformis is a native of the Southeast United States. It is best grown outdoors with your pitcher plants and venus flytraps; it prefers a climate that is closest to its native habitat.