If you are looking at sundews, I would recommend any form of D. Capensis. This is one of the easiest sundews to grow and can be quite stunning when grown correctly. If you are looking for a plant that is really stunning, might I suggest a D. Capensis "All Red." Sarracenia Northwest (http://www.cobraplant.com
) carries it and I think the FlyTrapStore occasionally does too. This plant is named quite correctly, as the whole plant can turn quite a stunning shade of red. If you are looking for a really good looking plant, I would try one of the fork-leafed sundews, although I don't know if they would suit your growing conditions or not. If you want a challenge, D. Regia, the King Sundew would definetely attract some attention. I might also look into Heliamphora, as they might compliment the vase very nicely. Again, however, I can't tell if it would suit your growing conditions. I would suggest looking for some growing guides on the subject, or check out this post: http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/let-s ... 14338.html
. Steve D. put the topic in a nutshell. They can be found at a good price on the Fly
Edit: ...TrapStore. Sorry about that, accidentally hit the "post" button.
Hope this Helps and Good Growing,
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