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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcos Ono View Post
    Thanks Jefforever!
    I receive the plant labeled U. hispida but only U. bifida grows.
    I will relabel the plant.
    You're welcome. It's a beautiful plant in my opinion!

    Quote Originally Posted by Der_Führer View Post
    i doubt it.....i dont believe that tricolor blooms.......ive done everything imaginable to that plant and never saw a flower....i put various pots through may different scenarios and never saw a flower....cooled them off, heated them up, dried them out, flooded them....no flowers.....i dont believe that the plant can flower
    Hahaha. But does yours send up stalks? It's like it sends up stalks and then aborts them, very unlike species like subulata and bisquamata because it never actually even makes seed pods.

    Hmm.

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    i never even got flower stalks....dang thing grew like a weed for me no matter what i did to it but i could never get flowers.....
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    Maybe it's just the clone then? Some of the utric (and other cps, for that matter) clones in the U.S. are inferior to ones in other countries.

    Or maybe you didn't make them cold/hot/dry/wet enough, eh?

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    its one that i need to get again and work with.....i was having some interesting results growing it as a shallow aquatic in a tank of water sitting on a heat mat but half way through it we bought a house and when i moved i didnt get it set up right away and its one of the plants that didnt like the move....though that one is 100% my fault more so than just conditions changing....it was an easy to get plant so it fell pretty low on my priority list with everything else that was going on....
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    Did you test the fotoperidism ?
    Here the winter has only 11 hours of sunlight and summer has 13 hours.

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    yep photo period varied......i grew one pot in a window to test that, the swing was more than 2 hours between winter and summer.....im wondering if i just got a real stubborn clone....
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