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Drosera ramellosaA species usually branching into mostly 2 erect stems reaching 4-12 cm in length with a compact basal rosette of leaves and alternate leaves along the erect stems. The inflorescence arises from the basal rosette and the flowers are often self-pollinating. Most forms are green plants, but some bronze plants are also reported.
The tuber is orange.
Drosera ramellosa often is self-pollinating but the seeds are notoriously difficult to germinate in my experience. Only very recently I tried to treat them with sodium hypochlorite which led to acceptable germination.
You can find a full description of this species here: http://florabase.dec.wa.gov.au/science/nuytsia/412.pdf (the download may be slow): Lowrie, A taxonomic revision of Drosera section Stolonifera (Droseraceae) from south-west Western Australia, Nuytsia 15(3): 355–393 (2005); (file size 3.9 MB)
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