(Drosera filliformis traceyi)
This is the largest of the United States Sundews. The leaves are thread like but thick threads and the leaves can reach a length of 18 inches in good conditions. The pics here have some soil attached to the leaves but when clean they are an unusual lemon lime green with whitish sticky hairs all over them making them look downright fuzzy. This is a great plant and one of the showier and easy of the Native sundew plants. Like all carnivorous plants be sure to use the appropriate growing medium when transplanting and do NOT fertilize them.
This is a medium sized plant. It is mature and will grow larger but may well bloom for you this year.