Drosera capillaris was the very first sundew I ever grew. It was not always one of the easiest for me to grow either, but once I had seen them in the Southeast covering the ground for scores of acres, it was awesome and quite inspiring. After seeing them growing so vigorously and prolifically in the wild I extrapolated what I was neglecting them in cultivation, provided it and have had good success with them ever since.
Here is one of my favorite forms to get this started:
The seed this plant was grown from was collected near the U.S. Naval Hospital, Pensacola, Florida in a roadside ditch where I also discovered the near red-pigment-free form of the same species.
The flowers of this one are larger too, like the plant, and lighter pink than the Meadowview plants.