Other notable characteristics
Flowers of this capensis variety are a beautiful shade of pink, and produce lots and lots and lots of seed atop the end of a 1 to 2 foot (0.3-0.6 m) stalk. If the normal seed amount weren’t enough, the plants commonly send up double-headed flowering stalks with two sets of flower buds that bloom in tandem and double the amount of seed produced. Plants will flower themselves to exhaustion, so if you’d prefer larger carnivorous leaves, consider cutting off the stalks as they form.
Plants can also be easily propagated via leaf and roots cuttings. The heartiness and propensity to rapidly reproduce make this an ideal beginner’s carnivorous plant!