This form is especially unique, when grown well the plant forms an incredibly tight rosette with beautiful bright green leaves which are bordered with a bright orange tentacle. The leaves are also atypically roundish for burmanii, which usually has square/triangular shaped leaves. When grown well and kept alive long enough the plant slowly forms a stem and skirt of dead growth, traveling upwards. It is somewhat finicky to flower for me and other growers.
My plants are in a bad decline from flowering, but I managed to get Devon Peterson's permission to use his photos of his plants, thanks Devon! (update also my photos)
Each packet is 9$, and will have 20 seeds (usually 30+), about enough for one good planting. Payment is through paypal (free shipping), and please inquire about availability!
See Gideon's video of the plant in-situ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDXBQtTzsAY
I apologize for the quality of my photo, it is blurry, but a good representation of how cute they can get.
More mature plants
I'm interested in any sundews.