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Cephalotus follicularis plant young size (4-6 cm) with well-formed pots of 1-2 cm. It is a unique plant and grows naturally only in Australia. Unlike other insect, the Cephalotus has distinct leaves no leaf insectivore insectivorous. The leaves are insectivorous not as any normal plant and insect are appendages ending in a vesicle with a lid. Its growth is slower than most of the insectivorous plants and their care is not easy, but finding the ideal conditions will grow robustly and striking. Distribution: A small area in southwestern Australia, on damp soil. Plant type: Terrestrial, in a rosette. Size: Height 15 cm (winter leaves), jars up to 5 cm. The diameter depends on the size of the rhizome. The cultivation of Cephalotus is not easy. Be watered with care and avoid too high temperatures. It also requires consistently high humidity. The tops of the jars are inclined downward in hot and dry days for the digestive fluids do not evaporate. When humidity increases the covers back to their normal position.
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