GREAT SUNDEW Drosera anglica (Droseraceae) Height to 30cm. Insectivorous plant of waterlogged peat bogs and moors. FLOWERS are white; borne in spikes on stalks that twice the length of the leaves (Jun-Aug). FRUITS are capsules. LEAVES are reddish, narrow, tapering and 3cm long; covered in sticky hairs and appear as a basal rosette. STATUS-Locally common in N and W, but generally scarce elsewhere.
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GREAT SUNDEW Drosera anglica (Droseraceae) Height to 30cm. Insectivorous plant of waterlogged peat bogs and moors. FLOWERS are white; borne in spikes on stalks that twice the length of the leaves (Jun-Aug). FRUITS are capsules. LEAVES are reddish, narrow, tapering and 3cm long; covered in sticky hairs and appear as a basal rosette. STATUS-Locally common in N and W, but generally scarce elsewhere.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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