Miniature landscape with Sundews

Miniature landscape with Sundews, originally uploaded by smallfox2.

Carnivorous plants are amongst my favourite things on the earth. The sundews’ sticky leaves catch insects and then curl around them and digest them. This is a tiny little moss-type garden – really I don’t know the names of these tiny plants but this shot is of less than a square metre. Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, inside the tropical house.


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