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    Byblis liniflora

    B. liniflora is known to be easiest to grow and therefore common amongst CP collections. Sometimes it is even valued less than the other Byblis species. However, given sufficient light and with the stems ans leaves turning red, the plants are pretty cool!





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    are you able to propagate via root cuttings?

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    I love how they glisten when the sun shines in on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F R e N c H 3 z View Post
    are you able to propagate via root cuttings?
    Nope. But stem cuttings worked for B. liniflora....at least when I tried.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy View Post
    Nope. But stem cuttings worked for B. liniflora....at least when I tried.
    So do you just chop up your byblis into say 1 inch pieces at the stem and maintain high RH?
    Thanks for the tips

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    What's the light source? Singapore sun? The red on the leaves is beautiful! I can never get this plant to sprout for me intentionally, then years later they pop up once I've given up on them.
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    For grins and chuckles, here's a picture taken this morning. This group of plants were sent tp me a seedlings. Incredibly, they made it to me just fine. Only one seedling died, later on. and now 3 of the 4 remaining are sending up scapes. Flowers next week!


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    I am quite fond of this genus of CP's I have one seedling, I wish it would grow faster, but its getting there! They also produce alot of seed.
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