Drosera helodes is the same shape and size as the other pygmy sundews, but instead of a ruby read like the others, it's a light orange color. The traps have similar coloration to scorpiodes, but is much smaller and round. The plant itself seems to stay relatively compact, and the leaves are tightly packed together. Pretty typical care for pygmy sundews, and it seems to like being fed frequently and a sandy soil. I've yet to flower this species.
Growing Conditions: Grow Rack Care Level: Easy Source: My Green Obsession