Price is for a single, potted plant in 9cm plastic container.
Drosera binata, or as it is commonly known; "Forked Sundew" or also "Fork-leaved Sundew", grows to a rather large, perennial sundew. It originates from Australia as well as New Zealand. The latin is apt for this plant as it refers to its "pairs" of leaves.
Hapless insects stick to the glistening, sticky fluid secreted onto the bulbous heads of the stalks on the leaf tentacles. Some say that this sticky fluids is scented to attract prey. However it does contain a weak acid and enzymes which have the ability to digest the softer tissue of prey. When an insect is caught, nearby tentacles are able to move, leaning to envelop it.
Drosera binata is very hardy. Always keep potted plants in a 1-3 cm deep saucer of fresh water, as they must remain moist at all times. If growing indoors then place in a northern or eastern direction so the plant gets maximum sunlight. If growing outdoors then place them in full sun to semi-shade.
Aphids, mealy bug and thrips may attack your plant. If so, treat affected plants with a pesticide (diluted according to package instructions) or remove the pests by hand. Never use a soap-based insecticide.