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  • SFLguy - Sarracenia purpurea sbsp purpurea

    4 22.22%
  • Maiden - Heliamphora minor 'burgundy-black'

    8 44.44%
  • chibae - Phalaenopsis tremolo

    6 33.33%
  • Sashoke - Nepenthes spathulata x robcantleyi

    4 22.22%
  • Tacks - Byblis liniflora

    6 33.33%
  • katya_dog1 - Dioneae muscipula 'Jaws'

    9 50.00%
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Thread: Plant of the Month October 2015

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    Byblis liniflora


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    That's beautiful!

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    They're all beautiful........ Makes me look at my plants with pity

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    How does one grow rainbow plants? What about other Drosophylum plants like Dewy Pine and Rurigula?

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    I grow my B. liniflora in the exact same conditions as my subtropical sundews. Mix is peat:sand, probably with a bit of extra pumice thrown in. I keep water in the tray most of the time (it sometimes dries up before I refill it), and it's under pretty intense fluorescent lighting. They've been really fun to grow.

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    Wait, some people say that kin flora is and annual, while others say it can be a perrienial. which is it for you?

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    B. liniflora is technically an annual, but under artificial conditions can persist for longer, especially if flowers are cut or if stem cuttings are taken to promote branching...
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    I still haven't gotten seed from it though, it's been through 5 or 6 flowers so far. Sort of surprised.

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