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    I have U. longifolia in a 3"x3" pot; in over a year, it has never flowered.

    Does it need special conditions to flower, or are some clones non-flowering?

    Does anybody have a clone that flowers easily?

    Especially if they can divide me a plug?

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    if yah dont find one check with me in the spring, i have a free flowering clone that i havent flowered yet(got it from a good source, dont worry [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img] ) but i just ransplanted it to a new container after it got neglected. im expecting it to bloom before the end of winter
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    They all flower. I have two seperate clones and they have both flowered. Plan on waiting at least a year or longer. The one in a small pot with 50/50 mix produced a lot more flowers. Its now invading all of my other utic pots. My collection is turning into a giant utric orgy with plants jumping from pot to pot until I have at least three species in each one! If you PM me your address I can send you some. I will chck you r grow list for trading possibilities, if not just send me a SASE.

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    True, they both do. Sarraceniascott, did I send it. If so it is a flowering form with beatiful purple flowers. I find that the posts have almost have to be root bound before they will flower. If I did not send you that sample I can send you one that flowers.
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    I have one that is sending up it's 3 flower stalk, but has formed no flowers on them!?


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    There are numerous forms of longifolia (I myself have at least 5) and all seem to be different in their flowering habit. The form reported to be the most free-flowering is var. forgetiana. That said, this clone is my largest plant (I have it in a 10" pot) but it has not flowered for me once. I am sure there is some trick to triggering them, seasonal/photoperiod/temp oor some such but I have just not figured it out yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Copper @ Dec. 28 2005,12:08)]True, they both do. Sarraceniascott, did I send it. If so it is a flowering form with beatiful purple flowers. I find that the posts have almost have to be root bound before they will flower. If I did not send you that sample I can send you one that flowers.
    yes, I got it from you, Rose.

    The pot is root-bound. Stolons are coming out the bottom, and trying to invade other pots. I am considering moving it to a deeper, larger 5" pot.
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    Mine was in a 5" when it flowered. It flowered in late spring/early summer. If it flowers again I will let you know.
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