"White flowered" cape sundew is a native of South Africa. It has a sticky trap to catch fruit flies and small flying bugs. Grown on a very sunny windowsill, it will catch bugs and make leaves year-round! This is a great choice for new gardeners.
"White flowered" cape sundew is unique for its lack of pigmentation. It has a white flower and green leaves!
Plant the cape sundew in part shade during the hottest part of the summer. Use peat moss in a very large planter and keep it wet. It is a perennial in a bog garden in warmer climates. Best grown on a very sunny windowsill in colder climates.
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