Drosera intermedia Hayne - Water Sundew, Spoonleaf Sundew
Family - Droseraceae
Flowering - June - September.
Habitat - Bogs, savannahs, wet ditches, pond margins, standing water.
Origin - Native to North America.
Other information - This carnivorous species can be found in just a handful of southwestern coastal Alabama counties. The plant is easy to identify becasue of its long-spatulate leaves and white flowers. The species also forms a short, upright stem with age. This species is often found growing in shallow water (more so than other species in the state).
Photographs taken in the Croatan National Forest, NC., 7-18-02.