Quote Originally Posted by Foxoftherose View Post
I didn't know that they would spread at that level of maturity- I started out with one, but now, three years later, I have eight. Also, they curl lengthwise when they're fed. They have the same growth form as D. glabripes, do you think that might be a possibility? I almost hope that they're D. adelae, though, since they're my favorites.
D. glabripes from a Lowes is extremely, extremely unlikely.

The new plants are probably not seedlings (unless you had a flower that you didn't mention,) and Mickey is probably right-on that they are offshoots from the roots. This further supports the guess that it's D. adelae, since they tend to produce tons of offshoots.