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Thread: Filiformis blooming twice in a year?

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    Correction: 5 earlier this year, and a 6th starting now. Of the 2 pods that have dried, however, I couldn't find any seeds. The plant may not be self-fertile.
    P. primuliflora is definitely self fertile, mine flowered 8-9 times earlier this year, and a got a very good germination from the seeds (To much actually) and I'm currently growing the seedlings out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sflynn View Post
    P. primuliflora is definitely self fertile, mine flowered 8-9 times earlier this year, and a got a very good germination from the seeds (To much actually) and I'm currently growing the seedlings out.
    I'll take some if you don't have room.

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    Still pretty small, biggest are less than a centimeter still

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    Quote Originally Posted by sflynn View Post
    Still pretty small, biggest are less than a centimeter still
    Sounds like you've got a while before space is an issue then. I ended up sprouting a bunch of sundews by accident and in a month they're already a good inch or so across. I need to find somewhere to put them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruzzfish View Post
    Sounds like you've got a while before space is an issue then. I ended up sprouting a bunch of sundews by accident and in a month they're already a good inch or so across. I need to find somewhere to put them.
    Yeah but when there is like 200 in a 2 1/2 '' pot there is!

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    I have a Tracyi and a Fl.Giant.No flowers or seeds yet,but I only got them this spring.

    Maybe next year.

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    I don't think I've seen my capes or thread dews every flower but they were pretty small ones now that their larger id be eager to see if i get some next year. Problem i have with my filliformis is it never coils around any food that sticks to its Dewey leaves the capes always curl as soon as food touches them...hmmmmmmm

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    My capes flower all the time.Most of the time I just let the seeds fall where they may.

    And the seedlings turn up EVERYWHERE.

    My Filliformis don't curl either.I could be wrong,but I don't think they curl on prey like a Capenesis.

    All they catch is mostly small prey like gnats or small flies.My Capes can get regular size flies if the have a good amount of Dew at the time.
    Last edited by boggyboy72; 09-07-2015 at 07:25 PM.

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