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    U. longifolia offered

    I just don't have any use for a pot of grass. I'll look out of my window if I get an urge to see thin strips of green sticking up.

    So if anybody is interested, let me know. I don't expect much in return but I'd like a little sarr or something if you have any extra laying around. This arrived a few months ago from a reputable nursery (perhaps the green ID tag will look familiar) and has been repotted once already and is growing out of the bottom again. I could separate it if a few people want it or if you only want a small portion. Use the Lowes' Death Cube to the left as a size indicator.


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    Ummm, that is not U. longifolia. It really is grass (or that grass like thing that is an interloper)
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    well that isn't good! I had my suspicions but didn't want to go pulling and weeding. There are bladderwort-type roots so it is in there somewhere!

    This is curious...someone has some explaining to do!

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    Looking closer that thing right up front, looks like it may be longifolia but that huge thing is definitly not
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    Gasp?

    I was kinda surprised when I saw that, I didn't U. longifolia got that large either. The leaves aren't generally pointy either I don't think. I bet the nursery just stuck it there since the actual U. longifiolia is so small. That's kinda...shady?
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    I think that something that found its way into the soil may have sprouted-I don't think it was shady operations. I've had some surprise sundews pop up in a ping pot and in some live moss from the same place.

    The clump of whatever has been pulled and now the little longifolia leaves remain.

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