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A question about Drosera rotundifolia

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Hi! I’ve a question... I use as company plants for cephalotus some droseras... In the past I’ve sown some droseras rotundifolia... Now I have a single plant that is a little different from the other ones that I grew... Is it a rare thing that a one year old Drosera rotundifolia, before to flower for the first time, divides itself in 3/4 plants and at the first bloom it is making 4 flower stalks? 

The plants is quite typical, a little bigger than other mines... the biggest trap is large 1,5 cm

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Looks like a normal plant to me - when you see rotundifolia growing wild there's quite a variation in size etc. With s bit more sun it should colour up a bit too.

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Thanks a lot, Dunc!! Today here is the first sunny day after more than a month of every days rain... so my plants are all a little greenish;-)

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What's the weather doing! Was in Rome, in the rain, a few weeks ago! Here, in parts of SE UK we've had little rain for a couple of months now - my RO is in operation already as my rainwater is running low already........

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It is a very strange weather.. I’m in Udine, near Venice, in North-east of Italy... here the bigger amount of rain is in November... it is a very strange thing that rain a lot in April-may!!!!

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