I was extremely suprised to see that my D. camporupestris flowered and actually produced several fairly large seeds while I was at school. There are still more flower pods ripening at the moment, so you'll hopefully get more than 10 seeds.
This sundew is still quite rare in cultivation in the US, but it is quite easy to grow- treat like D. graomogolensis. I don't have a page written about this one yet, but I have made a youtube video about it, which is linked on the picture page I made (below).
Starting bid is $2. I will pay for shipping
For a list of pictures I've taken of my plants (recent and old), check out this link: http://www.growsundews.com/sundews/A...is_photos.html
Here are a few "teasers" (these plants were all grown from seed and are around 2 years old now):