(Drosera filiformis var. tracyi) We are very pleased to offer one of the most vigorous native sundews we've ever grown...the lovely Drosera tracyi, this offering propagated from a division shared from Baldwin County, Alabama. For us, the southeast Gulf Coast native Drosera tracyi produces 1' tall, bright green stalks, covered with tiny hairs that are dripping with sticky nectar. In the ground, grow these as you would a pitcher plant in sandy or peaty soils that retain moisture 2-6" below the surface. In containers, straight peat moss works great if kept moist. The clumps are topped with 14" stalks of light purple flowers in late June (NC).