A couple of months ago I got some multifida (multi-fork sundew). They all had their typical stems and forks and was about 4 - 5" tall. One of the plants started to send up some really long stems. I figured it was sending up a shoot to flower. I had let it go to try my hand at pollenating and sowing the seeds. The others, I've been propogating through leaf cuttings. I went to check on it today and noticed that those long stems (some reaching 1.5 - 2 feet) were not flower stalks, but were stems to the multi-forked leaves. Is this normal? From the pictures I've seen of this plant, I've never seen the stems that long.