Blooming from June to August, these carnivorous plants’ leaves have hairs with a little drop of ‘dew’ at the end of each hair; in fact the ‘dew’ is more likely ‘glue’ to which insects get stuck, the leaf rolling over, trapping them in before digesting them.  In a habitat such as bog and damp heaths there is little food for these plant which is why their modified behavior allows them to get all the nutritional they needs.