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    Another pic out of my greenhouse shows the large flowered form of U. bisquamata from South Africa. I like this plant very much as a companion for my D. admirabilis and D. cuneifolia pots:



    Enjoy it!

    Stefan

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    Wow, thats a beautifull one stefan.

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    very nice!
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    that is beautiful

    It dose not look like my U. bisquamata

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    I hope mine flower as beautifully as these are! Did you do anything special to initiate the flowering?
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    Beautifull picture and plants!

    Mine flower regularly, almost all year long. Right now I am getting a particularly large burst of flowers. I grow them outdoors, I suspect the bright light triggers flowering. However, the warm spells we have been having lately might also be the reason. The plants are growing in a bog in damp to moist soil.

    The one thing I lack is the large scapes with mulitple flowers on one scape at a time. I usually have up to three flowers on a scape, but never have more than one flower per scape blooming at once.

    Are you growing these outdoors or indoors? What is the soil moisture?

    Thanks for sharing!

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    nice flowers, mine are flowwering also. You stated you had a D.cunefolia...any extras you want to trade? message me please thanks
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