This is a small carnivorous plant good for peat bogs and pond edges, requiring an acidic substrate. The small rosettes with linear leaves covered in the poisonous dewdrops are very interesting. They will trap and digest insects as a nutrient supplement.
Germination: easy with cold-moist stratification for 1-2 months. 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 the pot under lights and check periodically the moisture level in the Ziploc. After a few weeks miniatural Drosera plants will appear; the Ziploc bag has to be opened gradually until the plants are big enough and then removed.