Depending upon where plants are placed on the rack, some I see more readily than others. So some plants get far more (or less) attention than others. Today I decided to to pull out my D. jacobyi pot and see if any seeds from a previous flower did anything. Well it turns out that there are several seedlings in there. Then I pulled out the D. sessilifolia. It was "wall-to-wall" seedlings, surrounding the clump of plants. A pot of U. dichotoma has at least 4 sundews in it and they appear to be D. rotundifolia. Amazing what happens when you ignore your pots. Now to coax my daughter into borrowing her camera!