Just a note: I had subsequent germination from the same pot of this species several months apart. Might have been a fluke chance, but I would say don't discard the pot. As a close relative of D. indica, the seed is as stubborn as D. indica can be.
It's wonderful to see someone having success with these plants, which apparently hate upstate NY. Evenly warm nights are probably needed. Thank you very much for sharing, and I hope you get much seed!
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Nice plants indeed...I grow a few different forms of Drosera indica too. Being a summer annual in Australia, I tend to keep mine on the drier side, only watering when the media surface becomes barely damp to the touch. My mix is 3/4 sand to 1/4 peat (the same as I use for Pygmy Drosera) and they seem to love it.