Get ready for a really sticky situation.
Is there a worse way to die than drowning agonizingly?
Drosera are vicious plants, even more than nepenthes!
Those drops of dew sure do look tempting, even more if you're an insect.
But wait, something's not right.
Drosera uses this sticky 'dew' to trap unsuspecting insects.
Then, the poor insects get suffocated by the dew and starts being digested alive.
D. intermedia 'Cuba'
And then absorb the now digested fly soup.
So you can see that drosera, which suffocates and burns the insects, are definately more aggressive than our passive pitcher plants.
OK, now for a totally different topic, this is a gift from my cousin who bought it from Australia. Hope they are able to grow in this climate.