Propag8 wrote: ↑Mon Aug 03, 2020 5:03 pmThe intermedia i saw on the nursery site on closer inspection says something like "sitio ono farm brazil sub tropical form. I have no idea what this means.
Drosera intermedia has a wide physical range with an equally wide temperature range. The plants around the Great Lakes (southern Canada and northern U.S.) are very cold-hardy. The plants where I live are good down to around -10 C, although it usually doesn't drop below -2 C here in the winter. The plants from the Gulf coast and Florida peninsula are sub-tropical. The plants in Cuba and Venezuela are tropical. The plants in Brazil are sub-tropical because they're found in the southern part of the country.
Propag8 wrote:As for capillaris (if that's correct forgetting names already) they down seem to list it.
I'm not surprised. Few people seem to grow D. capillaris except for special varieties like Emerald's Envy, Long Arm, and Pasco Giant.