Shadowtski wrote:Be nice.
At maturity Drosera magnifica gets very large.
It grows a scrambling stem that can be over 4 feet long.
It is the largest Drosera in the Americas.
The plant is not a rapid grower so all the plants in cultivation are still very young juveniles.
Check out Francois's blogpost here:
http://carnivorousockhom.blogspot.com/2 ... -from.html
The name Magnifica should be a tip off- it is not a "capensis" you can get from 36 different places.
Read that blog post - this was only discovered 4 yrs ago in Brazil. This is a very unusual Drosera and rare in cultivation and at maturity big and scrambling.
I bought 4 drosera from this seller and he bent over backwards to get me half a dozen pics, info and ship potted as fast as you could say immediately
In buying the "what' matters most of the time but the "who" matters as well when they do it right.