Cape Sundew recovery, Heesch, Netherlands
This is a single shot 2.5x macro of a Cape Sundew, almost 3 weeks after the initial purchase. In this better state, leafs are upright and new leafs are growing. The plant is doing very well. When subjected to my "care" whilst thriving means it's solid, robust.
The photo also shows the light potential of this subject, it basically consists of thousands of mirrors.
''Drosera capensis'', commonly known as the Cape sundew, is a small rosette-forming carnivorous species of perennial sundew native to the Cape in South Africa. Because of its size, easy to grow nature, and the copious amounts of seed it produces, it has become one of the most common sundews in cultivation.