Drosera binata is more commonly known as the fork leaf sundew. Its tall, forked leaves are our favorite sundew leaves- long but still aesthetically pleasing. A minimalist’s delight. It can grow to a height of six or seven inches, with a dozen leaves or so in ideal conditions. Like all sundews, this plant will produce droplets of sticky digestive juice to trap insects.
Sundews, unlike Venus flytraps, will not survive winter and should be brought indoors during the winter months and placed in a very sunny (and hopefully warm) window.