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Drosera spatulata

Drosera spatulata, the spoon-leaved sundew, is a variable, rosette-forming sundew with spoon-shaped leaves. The specific epithet is Latin for "spatula shaped," a reference to the form of the leaves. Variants are often known by the localities in which they are found. The plant does not form hibernacula in winter, and is easily grown using the same methods as Drosera capensis.

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A famous but very uncommon variety of D. spatulata is the cultivar 'Tamlin'. This cultivar can grow to over 4 inches across, with bright red leaves and white flowers. When grown in dense clumps, the leaves will hold a semi-vertical postion.

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