I thought I would share an observation. I speculate part of the "King of the Sundews" fame of D. regia stems not just from its size (although it is the largest leaved rosetted species) but also from the fact that smaller plants present a pointy crown type effect. Check it out! At any rate, this is a really beautiful and easy growing species. The plant is very endangered in its habitat and will not be long with us unless it is in private collections. If you are feeling the call to grow it, your psyche is well tuned!
My highest compliments for our own Pinguiculaman (or is it Droseraman?) for his efforts (and success![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img] in cultivation and propagation of this outstanding species. Such efforts will lead to the security of this species for future generations to enjoy as something other than an entry on Bob. Z's website.