- Flower nameUtricularia sandersonii
- Scientific nameUtricularia sandersonii
- Alias兎苔, Utricularia sandersonii, ウトリクラリア・サンダーソニー
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringPotted flower
- Flowering seasonJune, November
What is Utricularia sandersonii
Utricularia sandersonii, commonly called Sanderson’s bladderwort (scientific name: Utricularia sandersonii) is an endemic perennial plant belonging to the family Lentibulariaceae, a native species of South Africa. It is a carnivorous plant that grows on rocks in lowland wetlands. Raise the rhizomes into the ground and prey on daphnia and plankton in the supplementary bag at the root. 1-6 flowers bloom on a thin flower stem. The origin of the name is that the shape of the flower resembles a bud. There are white and light blue-purple flowers.
Common name: Rabbit moss, scientific name: Utricularia sandersonii, also name: Utricularia sandersonii, classification name: plant world angiosperm true dicotylids Species, plant height: 3-12 cm, flower diameter: 0.6 cm, flower color: white, light blue-purple, flowering period: June (white flowers), November (blue flowers).