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Thread: Utricularia beaugleholei

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    Congratulations you guys, that is quite a feat!

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    Well Tamlin if you ever get a biloba and have enough to share please contact me. I'm dieing to get my hands on one.

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    Surely there are a few experianced Utric growers out there who are interested in some seed from this species! Just goes to show how maligned the genera is.

    Sean.

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    I also grow Utricularia biloba in the UK. Bestcarnivorousplants in the Czech Republic are listing U biloba (two forms, one seed-grown from Alan Lowrie's list). They ship worldwide (including USA). They operate a minimum order value of 60Eur, so coupled with the cost of postage (plus phytosanitary certificates, if required) it might mean it's sensible to put in a collective or large order. Their plants are not huge (nor cheap), but, I recommend them for some of the harder-to-find CPs.

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    Hi,

    I'm growing U. biloba since last year. It is one of my fyvourite Utricularias. Just take a look on the flower and you know, why.


    Utricularia biloba - higher resolution

    i hope i will soon be able to spread it around.

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    Christian

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    Very exciting news and great photos. U. Beaugleholei sounds like a wonderful plant.

    Its nice to hear about the rare plants getting started and passed around.

    Congrats to you both.

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