T form leaves grow up to 12in easy to grow. This unusual Australian sundew species produces forked leaves which are covered in sticky tentacles, large white or sometimes pink flowers are produced in the Spring, Keep Drosera binata just damp and and cool over Winter -5c to +5c would be ideal, unheated greenhouse or conservatory , they will loose most of their foliage over Winter and come back into growth in early Spring. During the Summer months stand the plant in a tray of rainwater at all times. These plants look great when potted into a hanging basket and is really good at catching whitefly ! a must have plant for any collection This plant is easy to proporgate from root cuttings and is highly recommended !