Roridula dentata (Roridulaceae) It is a carnivorous plant that is indigenous to South Africa. The plant can reach 2 m, the leaves are lanceolate having margins with teeth and tentacles, and are covered with numerous sticky hairs, which are different lengths and covered with a gummy glue-like substance. The flowers are pink and are borne on the ends of hairy pedicles in the axils of the upper leaves. Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn because it needs high daytime temperatures but lower night temperatures. Locality : Heuningvlei. Date of harvest : January 2013.