Quick question here. I've seen a few places selling what they call D. Binata and then also selling D. Dichotoma. They are billed as different plants, but the D. Dichotoma is not billed as either red, giant or anything else.
I've consulted a couple of the CP books that I have, including Slack's, but I'm still a bit confused here. Should I interpret this as being a D. Dichotoma 'typical' and not the particular giant or red varieties?
The reason I am asking is that I already have a handful of various forked sundews, but none of them are billed as ordinary dichotoma. I have the Dichotoma giant and red forms, Slack's hybrid 'Marston Dragon' clone, the multifida extrema, etc. What I don't have is just plain old Dichotoma.
Does anyone have this non-giant, non-red, non-small dichotoma to contrast with any of the others I've mentioned? If so, can you describe the differences? I'm just wondering if its worth plunking down a few dollars to add to the collection or if I'm potentially obtaining a mislabled clone of something I already have.
Thanks in advance for any info everyone!