The photograph makes these look huge, but if you like small plants, Drosera micrantha is a good one! This species used to be considered a form of Drosera paleacea, but has been reclassified. As with all pygmy sundew species, this species remains extremely small, averaging less than an inch in diameter for full-grown plants. What they lack in size, they make up for in beauty! When grown in bright light, the tentacles turn a wonderful red, making the tips of the leaves look like little Christmas ornaments! We only have a few of these available, so get one soon. All our plants are shipped potted to reduce stress.