The petiolaris complex group of sundews are some of the most interesting of genus. Drosera broomensis is one of our favorites. It grows very thin petiolaris with yellow/orange traps and looks like a pincushion.
The plants are from the Northern Territory in Australia and prefer hot temperatures, lots of light and high humidity. In their habitat they experience 6 months of dry dormancy and 6 months of wet growing season; however, we have found that if kept wet they will grow year around. We recommend growing all petiolaris complex drosera in a mix of half peat to half perlite. They should be kept warm (over 70 degrees) and the photoperiod should be kept at a constant 12-14 hours. If exposed to a longer photoperiod, dormancy may be induced.