Some natural supplement images:
Round-Leaved Sundew Drosera rotundifolia Tuttle Marsh Michigan
Image by coloneljohnbritt
I had always thought exotic carnivorous plants grew in the tropics. Only. Not so this Sundew in northern Michigan, almost to the 45th parallel. It is found in most of Michigan’s counties, and supplements its nutrition in poor soil by the nutrients it gleans from insects that become ensnared by its gooey tentacles. The uncurling flower stalk at upper left will soon bear small white flowers – the kind easily overlooked when out walking. So the plant is typically more easily identified by the bright read hair on its leaves.