Drosera aliciae is a stemless perennial, growing a basal rosette of spoon-shaped leaves that are hairy also on their lower surfaces. The glandular hairs are of uneven length, covering the leaf surfaces densely, but not on the narrowing leaf bases. The leaf tips are red, largely from hair colour.
These plants are found in a broad coastal strip of peaty sandstone marshes and seeps, from the Cape Peninsula to around Port Elizabeth (Manning, 2007; Bean and Johns, 2005).
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