Pygmy sundews are typically well-known for their habit of rarely producing seeds, and when they do, those seeds being tough to germinate...this is one of the few exceptions! D. omissa
grows to not much more than an inch across, with tiny rosettes of paddle-shaped leaves that over time form short stems. Plants typically reproduce via gemmae, modified leaves produced in winter that slough off the plant and sprout, but throughout the year they will also send up short, wiry stalks that bear one to several moderately large, bright pink flowers that will self-pollinate and produce small amounts of seeds. Seeds require no special treatment to germinate but may take some time to sprout.
Packets contain 30-40+ seeds each.
Seeds are shipped in padded envelopes to avoid damage in transit, via USPS mail (First Class or Priority). US shipping only. As seeds can take time and sometimes special treatments in order to germinate properly, returns cannot be accepted and refunds are not available upon receipt of the seed packets. If a package is lost in transit, please contact as soon as possible.