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    New sundews plus a mystery sticky plant

    At the plant festival yesterday, I got some sundews in addition to my VFT. I got some D. Burmanni, D. Indica, and a mystery plant that is covered with Pinguicula-like tentacles and it happens to form a stem.






    The mystery plant is the green plant between the Indica, Burmanni, and pygmy sundew. Any idea what kind of plant it is?

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    Not from this distance, no. I would say Devil's Claw maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capensis View Post
    Not from this distance, no. I would say Devil's Claw maybe?
    It's too small to be a Devil's Claw. When they first sprout, they are fairly big compared to other seedlings. I know that when I uprooted it and planted it in this pot, it had a very large root system for such a small plant.
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    Then I don't know.
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    could be a petunia seedling lol.
    ive got about 60 of em in the backyard right now, each are covered in small sticky hairs (which is a defense mechanism in petunias)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    could be a petunia seedling lol.
    ive got about 60 of em in the backyard right now, each are covered in small sticky hairs (which is a defense mechanism in petunias)
    That's possible. I'll let it grow a little more and see what develops.
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    Capensis?They pile up but the leaves are long right...

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