This is probably the most common sundew, with a really wide distribution in the world. Again like with the other sundew, the common name suggests the shape of the leaves: long petioles ending in a round lamina, covered by the typical glandular hairs – google images.
Very beautiful and great looking plant for peat bogs, pond edges or any other wet location in the garden.
Although widely cultivated, it is listed as critically imperilled to vulnerable in several US states; probably because of habitat loss.
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 it under lights and check periodically the moisture level in the Ziploc.