Drosera tomentosa, is a species in the carnivorous plant genus Drosera that is endemic to Brazil. It was originally described in 1824 by Augustin Saint-Hilaire. In 1906, Ludwig Diels reduced the species to a variety of D. montana. Diels' taxonomic rank for the species is still supported by some
Then place the plastic pot in a zip-lock bag - for a pot size of 6 cm, a zip-lock bag size 120 x 170 mm is recommended. Pour enough tap water with a few drops of universal fertilizer into the zip-lock bag so that a few mm of water remain after the substrate has been vacuumed up. Then seal the zip-lock bag.
Location: on the window sill or in a mini greenhouse in partial shade, during the day the temperatures should be around 24 - 28 C, at night a little lower at 20 - 24 C.
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