This is multifida or not?


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I have a drosera binata f. multifida from bestcarnivorousplants.net.I have grown her from seeds. I know that multifida doesn't give seeds by self-pollination, but Mine give seeds by self-pollination. They are grown from seeds. This is not multifida? What is the sundew??
P.S. I didn't know English well :)

http://www.bestcarnivorousplants.net/index.php?node=product&id=3955-drosera-binata-f-multifida-25s

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D. binata "Black Heath" is self-pollinating and develops lots of seeds. The leaves are in between D. binata var. dichotoma and D. binata var. multifida, which both do not produce seeds if self-pollinated (the varieties in my collection).

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Pretty much all species make species, or they would go extinct. There are a couple of exceptions, but the general rule is plants do make seed. Some species cannot be self pollinated and if you only have one clone, you of course cannot make seed. But with seed grown plants, each one can pollinate the next...

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