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    Utricularia species.... what are you growing?

    I am really curious to find out which species of Utricularia are currently being grown in the United States. I gave away my collection several years ago and I would like to build it back up and I am trying to figure out where I should start.

    So… what are you growing?

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    bisquamata and a few stray sublata.
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    bisqumata, gibba, inflata, pubescens

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    Just U. bisquamata

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    Inflata, dichotoma, and subulata, which are fairly common in the US and very easy to grow.
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    back about 4 years ago or so i had about 30 species/forms and at that point the only Orchidioides Utric i had was alpina.......would think you could find about 50 or so species in the US if yah tried hard.....more if yah get viable annual seed from Lowries.....

    at the moment believe i have:
    reniformis
    humboldtii
    alpina(2 different forms)
    endressii
    alpina x endressii
    and i think i have bisquamata, sandersonii, and subulata in a couple pots as "weeds".....
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    Livida and Gibba. I think I have Subulata in my collection too, but I'm not sure.

    I would love to add Calcifida to my collection, but I can't find it for sale anywhere.
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    I frankly haven't a clue -- whatever seems to be infesting my Sarracenia pots at any given time.

    Attractive little things, nonetheless . . .
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