In the nearly related land form, Pinguicula, however, there is much the same arrangement as in the sundew.
The member of this species best known to British botanists is the sundew.
And on the marge were blue campanula, sundew, and forget-me-not, such as no child could resist.
Again, the mossy bog may glisten in the sun, and thousands of sundew plants with their pink leaves are growing upon the surface.
Weve found some sundew and two ferns I dont know, as well as all sorts of other things, she announced.
No little creature of tender wing ever touches a sundew except under penalty of death.
The same process takes place in the sundew (Fig. 104, N) where, however, the mechanism is somewhat different.
One might see the same spirit in his way of speaking of sundew, earthworms, &c.
It contains six genera, including the sundew (Drosĕra), and Venus's fly-trap (Diona).
He speaks in one of his letters of his intention of working at sundew as a rest from the Descent of Man.