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    Great pics!

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    which one? asplundii or the reni? havent flowered either....have had for around 4 years but the asplundii died off completely last fall during one of its die back cycles.....
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    Jeff,
    Great pics! Love the flowers. Like a few others in the family, I really enjoy the anthropomorphic design (...or my imagination's interpretation of the design...) of the U. nelumbifolia flower. I've just recently started to grow a few utrics & am finding I have a 'need' to grow a few more .....
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    Wolcattaj and Ron - thanks.

    Sheridan - Yeah, I meant the asplundii. That's very odd that your plant dies back for no reason. Mine seems to grow very fast and puts out loads of leaves except when I exposed it to 35 F.

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    Wow. That's huuuge. VERY nice flowers. They sort of remind me of purple bats, especially longifolia.
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    well congrats to you if other than the cold snap you never experienced die back....ive been told by other growers that what i experienced was typical for the species.....periods of very good growth followed by periods of leaf die back and a rest......normally it wasnt an issue cause lots of tubers were formed....but for whatever reason it didnt produce any tubers before the last die back.....
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    Maybe it's the difference between clones?

    You don't have this species anymore? I thought you said it just died back, but not permanently. When mine finally flowers, I'll let you know and maybe send some tubers your way.

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    i had it up through about November....i had the plant for almost 4 years at that time......

    the plant would go through basically a random dormancy, all the leaves would die back, and it would come back from the tubers after about 4 weeks of resting........well it didnt produce any tubers before the last dormancy so there was nothing to come back from.....
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