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Introducing the Staghorn forked-leaf sundew, also known as Drosera binata multifida!
This unique carnivorous plant features multiple forked leaves that resemble the antlers of a stag, hence its name.
The droplets at the end of its leaves sparkle like dew in the sunlight, giving it a mesmerizing appearance.

What makes the Staghorn forked-leaf sundew and other carnivorous plants carnivorous is their ability to trap and digest insects for nutrients.
This plant lures its prey with sticky droplets on its leaves, which then curl around the insect to secure its meal. This adaptation allows the plant to thrive in nutrient-poor environments by supplementing its diet with the nutrients it gains from consuming insects.

Care Sheet: -

  • Light: Place the Staghorn forked-leaf sundew in a bright location with plenty of indirect sunlight. -
  • Water: Keep the soil moist at all times with distilled water or rainwater to avoid mineral buildup and ensure proper hydration. -
  • Soil: Use a mix of peat moss and perlite to provide the plant with the acidic, well-draining environment it prefers. -
  • Feeding: While the plant can capture its own prey, you can supplement its diet by occasionally feeding it small insects such as fruit flies or gnats. -
  • Temperature: Keep the plant in a warm, humid environment with temperatures between 65-85°F.


Caring for the Staghorn forked-leaf sundew may require some extra attention, but its unique appearance and fascinating carnivorous nature make it a rewarding addition to any carnivorous plant collection.

Staghorn forked-leaf sundew - Drosera binata multifida

PriceFrom R80.00
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