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Thread: Utricularia longifolia in flower

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    Here's 2,000 words worth of happieness and excitement. Who said U. longifolia was boring?





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    Not me that's for darn sure!! Very nice indeed!
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    ohhh ahhh and other appropriate sounds of awe. Very nice, thanks for the share.

    cheers

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    How big are the leaves on the plant that is blooming

    thanks

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    There are about 6 leaves ranging from an inch to seven inches. My other clone had leaves close to a foot long, but never flowered.
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    That is amazing tamlin! Good growing! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    ok
    thanks
    hopefully I don’t have to wait to long for mine bloom

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    Speaking of U. longifolia, I have one with about 6" leaves, and 1 leaf bent over and stuck against another pot where obviously there is a lot of moisture, and there are little 'roots' or whatever they are, just forming at the tip of this 'leaf'! I wonder if I can press the end of the 'leaf' into another pot of substrate and get another plant? These plants are so amazing.
    Ludwig

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