Drosera schizandra – notched sundew or heart-leaf sundew
Unique biology of Drosera schizandra
Growing & propagating
Considered the most difficult of the 3 sisters, Drosera schizandra has some rather unique growing condition preferences compared to that of most other carnivorous plants: it likes it cool, humid, and low-light.
Drosera schizandra flowers rarely, does not self-pollinate, and usually produces little seed when successfully pollinated but the plant does tend to clump, producing plantlets from its roots. It can also be propagated by leaf cuttings.