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Drosera orbiculata

Drosera orbiculata is a rosetted species and can reach up to 4 cm in diameter with 4 to 6 leaves per season which turn reddish with age. The middle of the leaf has no depressed or raised ridge along its length which differentiates Drosera orbiculata from similar species like Drosera tubaestylis and Drosera rosulata.

Flowers emerge from the center of the rosette on single scapes 1.5 cm long with up to 8 scapes per plant. The crown-like arrangement of the styles in D. orbiculata differentiates this species from Drosera bulbosa.
The tubers are orange.




flowering plant

plants at the end of the growing season


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