Sundews and Rainbows

The sundews and rainbows are from the genus Drosera. They are carnivorous plants and use their sticky leaves to trap insects. Some of the Drosera in the Perth area are shown below:

Red Ink Sundew (Drosera bulbosa) flowers April to June.
Drosera drummondii flowers in spring.
Pink Rainbow (Drosera menziesii) flowers from June to November.
Giant Sundew (Drosera gigantea) flowers in August to October.
Pimpernel Sundew (Drosera glanduligera) flowers in August to October.
Swamp Rainbow (Drosera heterophylla) flowers June to September.
Drosera hyperostigma flowers in October to November.
Leafy Sundew (Drosera Stolonifera) flowers in Spring.
Bridal Rainbow (Drosera macrantha) flowers June to October.

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