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    Can I grow them in the same container or is it better to separate them? I am not sure if my plants are U. gibba and U. inflata but they sure look like the photos on the Internet. Just wondering if they are both tropical.

    Once again, I think the bladders are pretty big. I can even see the trigger hairs!
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    I'd keep them separate if I were you... inflata and gibba are distinct plants and not hard to tell apart, but once you get them tangled together I don't know if there'd be much separating them. I'm pretty sure that one would outgrow the other, too - the chances are slim that they would be evenly matched, especially in a small container (i.e. not a pond.) I grow both as tropicals, although their range is more or less subtropical/warm-temperate from what I understand.
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    Thanks, seedjar. Got them separated already.
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