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Thread: What does a B. liniflora seedling look like?

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    Sorry for the delay on this, hope it is still helpful

    Byblis liniflora seedlings sown 10/19/2005

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    Thanks for the pictures Power. My little guys definitely look like that [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

    In fact, they're just about that size right now.

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    heya

    mine just germinated yesterday! pictures here - http://pokok.gejala.org/2007/mukaket...ted-in-6-days/

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    Excellent! Reading through this thread again makes me miss my seedlings. They all got pretty big, and I ended up trading all three of them away. I hope to try germinating some seeds again the next couple years, but I just don't have any space right now.

    They're such beautiful plants though. So delicate looking.

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    yes they truly are aren't they.


    I just had a seedling pop up in one of my Mexican ping pots as well as a bunch of D. burmannii.

    how long does it usually take for the seedpods of B. liniflora to mature?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmer Dave View Post
    yes they truly are aren't they.


    I just had a seedling pop up in one of my Mexican ping pots as well as a bunch of D. burmannii.

    how long does it usually take for the seedpods of B. liniflora to mature?
    It's been a while, but from what I remember it usually took about 1-2 weeks for a seed pod to mature. I tended to tease all the flowers with a toothpick to ensure that they self-pollinated.

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