One of the easiest carnivorous plants to grow
Adorable red rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves
Great for keeping your home fly-free and helping to remove pests from other houseplants!
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Sarracenia purpurea var. montana
Drosera aliciae is an unusual carnivorous houseplant forming adorable rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves. The leaves are covered in striking bright red hairs, each bearing a droplet of sticky liquid at the tip, which gives the plant a sparkly appearance and traps insects such as midges and flies as well as pests such as gnats and whitefly that may be troubling your other houseplants. Very easy to grow, this gorgeous Princess Alice’s sundew is a simple and highly decorative way to keep your home fly-free! In summer, a single stem arises from the centre of each rosette to bear a cluster of dark pink flowers. RHS AGM. Height: to 10cm (4in). Spread: to 20cm (8in).
1 x 9cm Potted Plant (KF0425)
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