So back before my college classes (and moving 3 times in a year, life is fun!) started kicking my bottom, there was a new sundew discovery announced, I think on this forum. I don't recall much of it and can't find the original thread, but I thought it was being called "Sundew 'A'" or somesuch because it was going to be the star of a new book that wasn't quite out yet, and it was absolutely beautiful. (Although thinking about it, "Sundew 'A'" might have been what Redfern Natural History was calling it initially.)
A friend mentioned Drosera Solaris as being the one she's most interested in growing that she doesn't already grow, and my quick search for it reminded me of "Sundew A" -- I presume given that Drosera Solaris was recently discovered they're the same thing?
However, I haven't seen any hide nor hair of discussion about Drosera Solaris in cultivation. Obviously finding it on FlyTrapShop or whatnot is not exactly likely, but has anyone heard of Drosera Solaris being cultivated at all, even in a big nursery or whatnot?
I don't imagine I'll be seeing it in my own grow rack for a few decades, but it's nice to have stretch goals.