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    Utricularia reniformis

    OK yes I did edit the background, the rest is real though.

    Leaving them in the cold greenhouse all winter didn't do much harm did it

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    Beautiful flower! I wouldn't mind seeing a non-edited version of the photo if you feel like posting one. What's the annual temperature range in your greenhouse?
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    Gorgeous!
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    Looks great

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    Fred,
    Cool pic - thanks for sharing.

    Is this the small form or U. reniformis or the renamed large form (U. cornigera)?

    Quote Originally Posted by fredg View Post
    Leaving them in the cold greenhouse all winter didn't do much harm did it
    None of my U. reniformis (large or small) are willing to flower in the basement under lights. However, sitting the small form on an east-facing windowsill has them flowering, so late last year I repotted a large form & stuck it in the window. Hopefully it will get the hint & produce some blooms in a year or so. Seems that seasonal variation (temps, photoperiod, etc) helps them a lot.
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    All my U. reniformis, from several suppliers, have grown to the same size so I can't say if it's the small or large one. That inflorescence is 2ft high above the medium (and increasing) if that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gnathaniel View Post
    Beautiful flower! I wouldn't mind seeing a non-edited version of the photo if you feel like posting one. What's the annual temperature range in your greenhouse?
    So I'm not the only one who notices these things. lol

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    Considering I said I'd edited the background it it's not that difficult to notice
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