Nice! I especially like the U. sandersonii blue form!
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I agree with Tamlin. Now just tell us what the heck you did to get it to bloom
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The pot that the blue form is in is contaiminated with U. livida, U. subulata, U. sandersonii, U. dichotoma, and U. bisquamata. Its really really packed with plants trying to strangle each other out and I think that is why it flowered, if you look at the pic you can see a bunch of flower stalks from all the other species that I had to cut to take the picture. This plant is a great example of why I will never purchase plants from California Carnivores again, it was purchased as U. bisquamata. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img] None of the pots of U. sandersonii "blue" that I have that are uncontaminated are blooming.