Drosera regia is also known as the King Sundew, a name descriptive of it's elegant, sword-shaped leaves, as well as it's large size. The leaves of this species can reach close to 2 feet in length. Does well in either 60:40 peat:perlite or in 1:1:1 peat:perlite:sand. Some growers have success growing them in a mixture of long-fiber sphagunum moss and perlite. Sale plants are generally smaller than shown in the image growing in a 3 inch pot.
They can be watered by the tray method, but let the water just evaporate before refilling. Use good quality pure water. Distilled water, rain water or RO-filtered water are best.
For more on this plant, see the book "Savage Garden" by D'Amato.
Young plants, shipped potted to minimize root disturbance.