Drosera adelae must be one of the easiest of the Drosera to grow. The healthiest of plants would be found growing in positions of high humidity, but it does not necessarily require very warm temperatures.
Due to its preference for higher humidity it is unsuitable for growing indoors unless you can of course provide such humidity.
It prefers small live flies and if it is not well fed the plant will weaken.
Drosera adelae is relatively easy to propagate by means of leaf cuttings and root cuttings. On occasion it will flower and if you take the time to pollinate them yourself you may be rewarded with a few seeds.