The 2nd unhealthy one was really on its death bed when I rescued it. I believe it has enough green to come back. I believe its the same all green Frasier Island Spatulata but could use some reassurance.
I'm just guessing from picture searches.
fattytuna wrote:All Drosera spatulata, even in the wild, look more or less like that when deprived of light. Arbitrary characters such as size and colour are simply unable to distinguish a plant as a location variety, especially the Australian forms. In my opinion, the only Australian variety that is morphologicaly unique is D. spatulata var. gympiensis with its giant flower. Some NZ and Asian forms also look different but are rare in cultivation.ok I get it. these all green are actually starting to get more reddish as they get more sunlight. just the color is getting different. its probably making dew. They were certainly light deprived. I know they like as much light as they can get. Thank you
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