EDIT: it appears that these are not nitulda x pulchella as the title says, but placeae ssp. something or other.
I have some pygmy sundews (some form of palaceae, maybe roseana) that are opening up gemmae crowns, as you can see:
These look pretty nice, as you can judge from the picture, and grow as easily as any capensis. The ones you see are grown on a south-facing window. I'd be interested in trading for any other pygmy drosera gemmae (but especially pure pulchella, "Lake Badgerup," occidentalis, or anything that's red!), or any drosera seed that doesn't require stratification and won't go dormant. -- but I'll consider anything. PM if interested.
It's still rather early, I realize, since only 7 or so of the 24 plants are opening crowns and they're not quite fully developed, but I like to harvest on the day I send them so this leaves some time to coordinate.