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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Awww it's so CUTE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon.B View Post
    So is this an easy utric?
    One of the easiest when it comes to counting flowers, I think.

    I keep mine in pure peat in a terrarium at room temperature of 20C, the pots standing in 1-2 cm water:


    But the flowers never produce any seeds.

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    I used to have a beautiful blanchetii but black mold got the best of it one winter and it died




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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    I used to have a beautiful blanchetii but black mold got the best of it one winter and it died
    When I look at the flowers it seems to me, as if there are several different location forms of U. blanchetii in circulation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse View Post
    When I look at the flowers it seems to me, as if there are several different location forms of U. blanchetii in circulation.
    U. blanchetti and U. parthoenopipes are believed to have produced several natural hybrids. Add to that the normal variation in locations and you get the mess that is U. blanchetti and parthenopipes I'ding. There are somee posts around if you look for them talking about this. Very very very generally speaking the larger flower forms are probably closer to U. blanchetti and the tiny flower forms are likely closer to U. parthenopipes.

    If you have a larger flower form of U. blanchetti and a smaller form of U. parthenopipes both flowering next to each other its easy to tell the two part, there flowers are not similiar, but get into the middle and .

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