- Wed Jul 29, 2020 4:05 pm
So, if the eight species of drosera native to the US, Anglica and Linearis have been shot down.
Brevifolia, Capillaris, and Tracyi dont live in Canada.
That leaves Filiformis (multiple states from Florida, up the east coast into Nova Scotia), Intermedia (from Cuba, practically every state east of the Mississippi, a couple states west of the Mississippi, and multiple provinces in Canada), and Rotundifolia (almost every state in the upper half of the US and multiple provinces in Canada).
But, based on the long, sticky leaves, I'll go with Filiformis.
Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is that I make bad decisions.