Drosera Capensis is a easy to grow sub-tropical, bog sundew that feeds on small flying insects. During winter months this sundew will slow down in growth and go partially dormant. You can keep your Capensis actively growing through winter months by supplementing its light to a 14-16 hour photo period. Drosera Capensis can be potted into a 50/50 mix of peat and perlite or in sphagnum. Keep this sundew sitting in a dish with 1 cm deep mineral/chlorine free water to ensure that is doesn't get dried out and to help increase humidity. Sundews are shipped bare root to ensure their safety and will need to be potted upon arrival. I recommend acclimating this plant after shipping by putting in a bright location and keeping it covered with a clear bag for the first day. Open the bag for 10 minutes the second day and gradually increase over the course of the week until it is ready to stay off. If you notice that your sundew is not as dewy you can cover it at night to give it a humidity boost.