Thanks for sharing these, brings back fond memories!
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Very Nice Utricularias you have there! I would so want to trade you for them Jealous
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here is some of mine.....
humboldti in its 10 gallon(with a couple orchids hanging out....a D. prolifera also lives in this tank)
U. alpina seedlings from a particularly large clone....for the first 2 years these seedlings stayed about the size of livida....in the last 3 months or so some have put on a huge growth spurt
and for those that think reniformis hates wet feet.......basically growing as an affixed aquatic out the bottom of the pot......
Very nice rattler! From here it looks like there is more growth out of the bottom of that pot than the top? What's the media?
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handful of large leaves out the top.....massive amounts of growth around the bottom.....soil mainly Schultz APS with some LFS......prolly a 4-1 mix.......have actually seen the most amount of top growth out of this mix than any previously tried mix over the last 4 years.......this is the first time its done the affixed aquatic thing aswell though it has had the oppertunity to do this in several other mixes.....
Hey rattler - My division of humboldtii is still throwing out small leaves. Maybe I'll put it out in the greenhouse a few days? Yours always looks so nice!
I've never seen a reniformis growing that way! Really cool.
I've seen pics of geminiloba that sometimes have flowers and leaves coming out the bottom - I'm gonna try to get one of those.
this one throws out smallish leaves aswell........wouldnt worry bout it to much.....main thing seems to be to give the underground growth lots of room to run.....seems quite happy in the 10 gallon.....there is another division that looks like the one pictured on the near side of the tank thats not pictured
Nah, my leaves are like 1/5 the size of yours, and about 1/2 of them are lobed!
I'm growing it in 1/2 peat, 1/2 rose granite, turkey grit. I think there might be a few pieces of orchid bark in there too. Its topped wtih sphag, just like yours.
Hey, do you still have that aureomaculata? How's it doing?