Most of the D. capensis that I have grown have a rather narrow leaf, with the lower part of the leaf (petiole?) being narrower than the part with the sticky tentacles. These plants have produced literally thousands of volunteer seedlings, becoming a nice weed in all of my pots.
This year, I noticed that one of the many volunteers was very different (see photos below). The lower part of the leaf is wider than the part with the sticky tentacles. The flower is about 2 inches in diameter, more than twice the size of my other D. capensis. I have never seen a capensis that looks like this one, but perhaps I have been too sheltered. I will collect the seed and see if the offspring look the same. Any coments? Is this aberation simply what a typical wide-leaf capensis looks like?