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Thread: U. longifollia living to its name

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    Curious to see a fabled 4-foot longifolia, I started searching the net for pics of this utric and I have to say... the pics I found were of leaves about my size or smaller. If you DO find those pics that Fernando took, I'd love to see them.
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    this isnt the picture im thinking of but its getting there

    http://cpforums.org/gallery/main.php?g2_itemId=6105
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    http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q...vadafe/U-6.jpg

    heres another but this one isnt the photo im remembering either..........
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    Is this plant essentially aquatic?

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    it will happily grow as an affixed aquatic in shallow water........also seen it grow happily in LFS and bark like alpina and company........pretty easy plant to keep happy and growing.....
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    I currently have one in my tropical tank setup. I may lower it into the water a bit.

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    Those 2 pictures show just why I don't want this plant! Its just too big.

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    I've seen them about a yard long in F's photos and can for sure reach a foot and a half in cultivation.
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