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    purple and blue flowered form


    edit: fixed a little syntax that was keeping the first picture from loading... Tony

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    white flowered form

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    Sundewrex,

    Your pictures of Hong Kong native CPs are fantastic! Keep them coming.

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    I have always wanted to grow this species. Thanks very much for the fine photos. I am going to have to redouble my efforts to find this species!
    "Grow More, Share More"

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    sundewrex,

    Are there many people in HK that are into CPs? I suspect that not many would be. Thanks.

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    I have had a few specimens of U. caerulea that have turned out to be U. lateriflora. I have one now that is just about to flower, and I am hoping that it will turn out to be the real thing.

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    that's right....
    there are not many people who interested in cps.
    hope will be more in the future!
    the following Utricularia striatula is the one i like the most..

    one more photo
    this is also native to Hong Kong.

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    I grew U. striatula for a while, but unfortunately I ended up killing it. Mine produced lots of cleistogomous flowers, only once producing a true flower. I seem to remember the flower having more colour to it than the one in the picture, but I expect that it is just a variation.

    Have you collected specimens of either of these plants?

    (BTW The "U. caerulea" flowered today, and it is just another U. lateriflora. Sigh.)

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