One other thing I would like to mention about the all Green form.
Immediately after I acquired it, I grew about 50 or more of them in a community tray and harvested most of the seed they produced that summer (quite a large amount of seed). I then sent 1/2 of the seed collected to the ICPS seedbank so it could be distributed further.
Then came a period (about a year) when I was unable to cultivate plants of any kind, CP included, (my work kept me on the road, away from home, more than I was home). So I was trusting that my portion of these unusual Drosera capillaris would survive as "germplasm" seed that I had kept to restore them when I could again cultivate plants including CP.
But, alas, when the time came, though I was able to germinate a great many CP seed that I had been keeping, I was unable to germinate any of the all Green Drosera capillaris seed.
Thank goodness I had earlier distributed seed through the ICPS seedbank. Not only was I able to reaquire this interesting variant (thank you SundewMatt), but I learned that it had been written about in The Savage Garden.
Thanks Peter D'Amato.