It is a carnivorous plant that comes from the family of the cefalotáceas, which is a unique species . Origin: Southwest Australia. Care: Keep it in the shade during summer or semi-shade and avoid overwatering. Water it from above, not from the tray and only when the substrate is drying. It is very sensitive to water logging. If the plant is kept in the shade the pots remain green, but it takes a bluish-red colour if it receives direct sunlight (it can be given sun in winter). Put the plant outside all year, it supports high and low temperatures. The humidity level is not the most important, but if it is above 60% it grows better. Use a substrate based on peat and perlite / perlite or quartz sand to the same proportion. It grows best in slightly compact substrates as well as other species of carnivorous plants. A good ratio is 60% peat and 40% of drainage material such as perlite, vermiculite, or quartz sand. It is an outdoor plant . tolerates light frost.