Sundews are interesting plant to observe. There are at least 194 species.
Sundews are carnivorous plants which lure and capture insects. The insects are digested by the stalked mucilaginous glands covering their leaf surfaces.
The sundews extract minerals from the insects which are lacking in the soil.
Their tentacles have sticky secretions on them and they can move the prey to attach the insects to as many tentacles as possible.
The blooms sit high above the tentacles. This ensures pollinators will are able to work without being caught. God is our Master Designer and He created all things to do their job well.
Flowers open one at a time and only bloom for a short time.
They’re so intricate and beautiful. I’m fascinated with Sundews, how about you?