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    update

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    tried feeding it with a nymph of Blaptica dubia and it fails. the burmannii didn't respond to it. -_-


    algae on water. gonna water change this evening.


    this little monster eats like there is no tomorrow

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    bloom please.



    btw guys, how long before my D. burmannii flower blooms? It is still not blooming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by felmor View Post
    ...btw guys, how long before my D. burmannii flower blooms? It is still not blooming.
    Oh, man. I know how that feels. It's happened to me SO much. Once my own D. spatulata had a bunch of stalks with buds that had tips of pink poking out, and I had to wait another week for them to open.

    Just gonna warn you, though, from what I've read, D. burmannii is generally considered an annual and usually dies after flowering. It does make a lot of seeds to make up for that, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plant Planter View Post
    Oh, man. I know how that feels. It's happened to me SO much. Once my own D. spatulata had a bunch of stalks with buds that had tips of pink poking out, and I had to wait another week for them to open.

    Just gonna warn you, though, from what I've read, D. burmannii is generally considered an annual and usually dies after flowering. It does make a lot of seeds to make up for that, though.
    Oh my, I will watch out for my burmannii. Thanks mate!

    Update!

    Newly acquired and newly repotted D. filiformis


    repotted D. indica


    my current set up. I'm gonna add 1 light fixture.

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    Guys is this a good or bad sign?


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    I wouldn't worry too much. It's probably just an old leaf browning.

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    +1. As long as the new leaves aren't browning, don't worry about it.

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    thanks guys.

    Taking pic of this burmannii is addictive! Lol

    Last edited by felmor; 07-21-2014 at 06:12 AM.

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