Drosera slackii is a large(ish) rosetted sundew. For quite some time it was regarded as a large form of Drosera aliciae but we now know better.
I grew it for many years in my unheated greenhouses but it was never really happy in anything but the mildest of winters. Most years it would have to regrow from the roots after being cut down by the cold. The winter of 2010-11 which saw temperatures dropping as low as -18 Celsius (0F) proved to be too much for it and it became an ex-plant.
They certainly look happy in their new home , mine are still inside as I'm waiting for warmer weather before they go in a propagator , hopefully in the next couple of weeks the threat of frost will be over.
They've done well to flower, the larger ones I sent you were grown from root cuttings off my mother plant and the smaller were from seeds off my mother plant. So I would of thought the one that flowered must be from the root cutting clones. For some reason this year my plants have had a terrible year for flowers , only one stalk and that was on my oldest plant
Cracking pics Fred, and the flowers are quite different, as you say the new clone has fuller petals and also the stigma are much pinker, unless the colour isn't too good in the old pic. Sorry I should of labeled the seed grown from the clones in case of hybrids, well makes it more fun with spot the difference:-)