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    It will spread as far as the roots are allowed. So if you put it in that terrarium, it'll spread wall to wall. Way worse/faster than utrics.
    Not sure why everyone else's dies back during the summer. That's when mine spreads and flowers.

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    Can you pull them (babies/pups) out without hurting the mother plant?

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    yeah.. but they're all connected one way or the other.
    You can completely uproot the entire pot and re pot without really doing any harm though.

    I just ripped out a few random clumps to make this pot. Only took about 6 weeks for it to turn into this.


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    S. debile behaves very much like a terrestrial utricularia. will spread all over the place via rhizomes/runners or even roots (I have seen roots develop into plants). Very forgiving plant, just needs to be contained somehow if that is possible.....

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    I acquired the species from some friends up north. They had it in a 20gal. tank with a little water in the bottom, no media! Was white thread like roots and flowers EVERYWHERE!!
    Very utric-ish.

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    I will grow it in a pot buried in the soil so it won't be seen, then.

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