Recently got this plant as of late September 2020. Drosera roseana seems to be a pretty typical species of pygmy sundews. It's one of the medium sized species, as it's much bigger than the tiny occidentalis, but it's smaller than scorpiodes. The traps are a bright ruby red, and the plants themselves grow in a nice upright shape that looks a bit like a small pincushion The stipules are also noticeable and make the plant look furry. Currently growing in a typical pygmy mix of peat and sand.
Growing Conditions: Grow Rack Care: Easy Source: My Green Obsession