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Drosera Uniflora - Chile Carnivorous Plant - Rare - 10 Seeds

Drosera uniflora is a species in the carnivorous plant genus Drosera that is native to southern Chile, Argentina, and the Falkland Islands.
It is a tiny sundew with a solitary white flower as its name would suggest.
Stalked glands on its leaves, which secrete sticky mucilage at the tips, are used to capture and hold insect prey, from which the plant derives the nutrients it cannot obtain in sufficient quantity from the soil.
It was formally described in 1809 by botanist Carl Ludwig Willdenow
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