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    Today I was checking out my plants and I noticed one of the apex of my D. filiformis 'CA Sunset' plant leaf is branching (like a D. binata). Anyone heard/experienced something similar?



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    Yes, this happens on my plants occasionally as well, usually in response to some damage to the tip of the leaf, but not always. Other oddities have also been seen: one grower had his leaves of a rosettes species fuse into a tube: sort of a Drosera pitcher plant.

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    Tamlin,

    Thanks for the reply.

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