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    Does U. longifolia need a dry winter dormancy? when does it usually flower?
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    In answer to your first question, no, not in my experience (7 years and 5 different clones)

    In answer to your second question, your guess is a good as mine because mine won't flower for me come hades or high water
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    thanks. can it be potted in straight LFS?
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    Sure. LFS, live sphag, peat, peat:sand, Nep mix, pine bark mulch. It is a weed
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    yes, mine is in pure LFS kept constantly wet, Tamlins had good luck growing it as an affixed shallow aquatic(sand substrate and about an inch or lil less of water.

    i cant get mine to flower either and i got it as a division of one that flowers regularly. it doesnt like me either Pyro
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    Thanks.
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    A,

    I grow mine in a mix of LFS,Peat, and Perlite, might be some vermiculite in there too.
    You'll see there is plenty attached to it.

    I grow it as an affixed aquatic as well, atleast I used to.. Been running short on time lately, so they have been drying up abit.

    It has spread like a weed for me, tho the leaves don't seem to be all that long lived.

    And just like everyone else has said so far, I have no idea on how to get it to flower. This, U. tricolor and U. reiniformis (Feeling lazy hope I spelled that right) are the 3 species I have that haven't flowered yet.
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    thanks. i just put it in the buttload of Live Sphagnum i also got from you. yea there was vermiculite in there. thanks again for the plants Dave
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