Utricularia campbelliana - established plant on treefern slab
Several months ago, I snipped a piece with roots & a leaf from my mother plant & placed it on a slab of treefern. Since then, the original leaf faded away and multiple new ones have replaced it - as well as a nice root system.
For those unfamiliar with this species, it is a smaller epiphytic highland utric with beautiful red flowers and is in section Orchidioides. It is rarely available within the US (actually - I've never seen it) and quite expensive when it is available across the pond.
Here is the actual plant up for bid:
Root system w/ bladders (actually 'rolons')
Recent flower pics from a European grower's plant.
- Bidding starts @ $2.
- Buyer pays shipping - which is estimated to be ~$6. If you win more than one of my auctions, I will combine shipping to reduce costs.
- USA only.
- Please plan to pay within 24 hours of auction close.
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