In the Northern Hemispehere D. anglica is usually found growing in the same areas with Drosera rotundifolia, one of its presumed parents.
The leaves shape/size will present variations between D. rotundifolia and D. linearis.
Germination: easy with cold-moist stratification. The seeds are very small, and it is best to place them on top of moist sphagnum moss or peat in a small pot, enclose it in a Ziploc bag and put it in the fridge. After the cold period, place it under lights and check periodically the moisture level in the Ziploc.