Post by John Brittnacher on Oct 18, 2013 23:47:52 GMT
The ICPS Seed Bank just listed Drosera regia and Drosophyllum seeds.
I find Drosera regia to be the easiest sundew to grow. The biggest problem with it is it gets quite big. Well, also keeping the roots of mature plants cool in summer if you have it outside can be a chore. The way most people kill theirs is letting the roots get too hot. You can read more about how to grow it at:
We also recently got in a large quantity of Drosera filiformis "Florida Red" from a grower in Florida. These seeds were open pollinated so there should be a lot of variation in the seedlings. There may even be some Drosera tracyi hybrids.
Also the Drosera filiformis x tracyi hybrid is pretty cool.