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Thread: U. alpina flowering

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    My flaccid is growing leaves from a stem that has already flowered. On the alpina I have two diffinate scapes. I would have put on pictures by now, but I had to finish the lowland tank. IT'S DONE!!!!!
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    Hi Copper,

    I am guessing that the plants have flowered?

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    My U. alpina are about a week away from opening. These are some of my favorite Utricularia flowers, and I haven't had this pleasure since 1974 when I last cultivated the species. I keep hoping to see some action from U. humbodtii. U. reniformis small form is just finishing its flowering.
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    Well, the flower has not opened yet, but the petals are darkening. They appear to be going purple and are at a lavender now. I am expecting it to turn out to be longifolia at this point.
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    This is it. It is not alpina.

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    WHat a nice floral display your U. longifolia has given you. Beautiful!
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    Very nice! Is that the result you were hoping for? Either way, not a bad outcome.

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    On this one, I was hoping for a hybrid. My alpina is not flowering at this time. I wish that my other longifolia would. I would like to see if the flower is different. This longifolia puts out taller and wider leaves than my other.
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