Over the summer I purchased a Drosophyllum seedling and placed it in my large, sunny, south-facing window. Well, apparently it wasn't sunny enough because it showed severe etiolation, growing long and sparse with rather short leaves (see photo). The strange thing is that it started to bloom after only a couple of months in my care. I cut the bud off while it was still developing, and at around the same time moved the plant under lights. Shortly after, the growing tip has apparently died, but at the base of each leaf it appears that a new plant is growing. At first I thought it was only a single leaf, but some of them are now showing multiple leaves growing from the same point. I tried to photograph it as best as I could with my phone camera.
Has anybody experienced this before? I'm a bit uncertain as to how to proceed and would appreciate any feedback. If they all grow, I'll have about a dozen little plants growing along the stem with only one root structure and I'm not sure that it could support all of them. I know conventional wisdom states that Droso cuttings will not root, however I found a couple of sources online saying that they can, so I may try it with one close to the tip once it gets a bit larger. Any suggestions would be appreciated.