- Sat Jul 18, 2015 2:20 am
It's all rather relative, but cool-growing Drosera tend to be the hardest.
D. arcturi and to a lesser extent D. murfetti are very difficult by general consensus due to the necessity of cool conditions and the long dormancy as mentioned above. Similar things have been said of D. linearis although it's from a different region.
Petiolaris complex needs constant lowland conditions to stay in active growth. As said before D. falconeri is the exacting of them.
South American sundews all require intermediate to highland conditions, but there are both quite picky and easy ones. I've heard D. meristocaulis, D. camporupestris, D. schwackei, and a few others are rather difficult.
D. schizandra seems to be picky for some but very easy for others.
Most tuberous Drosera and the annual D. glanduligera need constant cool conditions and tons of feeding to survive.
"Potential has a shelf life."
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