Southcott's* Sundew Family
Leaves clothed with reddish glands. Sepals 5, Petals 5. Flowers in a one-sided raceme-like inflorescence, the last open flower is always the highest.
Drosera Rotundifolia.—Round-leaved Sundew. Small plant growing in bogs. Flowers small whitish. The red glands of the leaves exude a clear glutinous fluid like drops of dew. Small insects are entangled and destroyed by the irritable hairs with which the leaves are clothed.
*Mary Southcott. Some Newfoundland Wild Flowers.
St. John's, Newfoundland : Robinson and Company , 1915, p. 8-9