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    Hey everyone, I found a sundew at Lowes yesterday that I've never seen there before. I've seen D. Adelae there and know what the leaf cutting babies look like, but the new one isn't that. It's not in very good condition so it hard to id. I think it might be D. aliciae. Has anyone else bought one from lowes that wasn't a D. Adelae?
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    All I've ever seen from Lowes are adelae and spatulata. Can you post a pick?

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    i seen some there too! thats the tine i picked up a cobra.
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    I`ve seen one that looked like D.peltata or a stretched out D.rotundifolia.....
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    yeah our lowes jsut got overstocked, and lowered prices, they had a cobra lily with 12" pitchers no joke, but sadly since i just bought an inermis (VERY nice condition) i had to hold off
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    but little adelaes look alot different from big ones heres some photos off the cpuk forum
    a baby

    a medium sized

    and a full grown
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    These had long stems and rotundifolia shaped leaves.
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