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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    Hey folks, this happened to pop up in the pot of my S. alata var. nigrapurpurea from Jeremiah I traded with last year. BTW, sorry for the terrible quality...the sun was almost gone when I took these, but I wanted to get them uploaded.





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    At what time of day have you seen them in bloom - or does it matter. Mine are sending up stalks and I see buds, but nothing actually blooming as pretty as those. Are yours "Betty's Bay?"

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    This one looks like the "typical" form Dustin. You have to get the 'Betty's Bay' (those siingle quotes are soon to become a reality as I believe this will be published at last by it's discoverer Steven Morely, Gardenofeden). You wont believe the difference! It's a neat plant you have, but keep an eye on it with your other Utricularia, it is as bad as U. subulata!
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    I have small colonies of this plant growing in some of my CP pots.
    Its also flowering! This is the typical form, I have bettys bay and the flowers os U.bisquamata bettys bay are much larger and are more colurfull.
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    Its in the S. alata pot so I'm not worried if it goes bonker......only a small area of the pot is affected like 1.5 sq. inches. Speaking of U. subulata I have aplant labeled as U. fulva but it looks like U. subulata.......then in a pot of plants from your Wiliam the same flowers appeared after I had the freeze.

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    the Betty's Bay cultivar (publication pending) is shown in my avatar [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/cool.gif[/img]

    ...and here's the full pic.....
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    How is Betty's Bay differentiated from the "typical?"

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    Wonderful GOE! I need one of those! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] Jim, looks like the 'skirt' is more full.

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