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  1. Thread: U. Alpina help?

    by RL7836
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    Nope - epiphytic not aquatic (big difference) ...

    Nope - epiphytic not aquatic (big difference)

    Mistake (imho)

    .... or rotting

    Typically, moist but not soaking wet is ideal. Many (most?) people are afraid of drying out or don't have the...
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    Since it grows in Northern Oz, I suspect that...

    Since it grows in Northern Oz, I suspect that providing conditions similar to those appreciated by D. petiolaris species would work. Over here are some amazing habitat pics of U. fulva (as well as...
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    I'll take a shot since everyone else appears to...

    I'll take a shot since everyone else appears to be ignoring your query (although, the answers to your questions really weren't in the Orchidioides stickies at the top of this section??)

    U....
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    Sure, there's a bunch of pics in my growlist...

    Sure, there's a bunch of pics in my growlist (bottom section) for you to sort through. This one is probably my fave:**
    https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1465/24852277306_7bd46894db_z.jpg
    Besides being...
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    I had no success flowering either U. longifolia...

    I had no success flowering either U. longifolia or U. reniformis in my basement under lights (whether I changed photoperiod or not). However moving both species to an east-facing window here in the...
  6. Thread: Changes

    by RL7836
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    Changes

    First, my apologies to all whom are owed something from me (mostly email / PM responses but possibly more in some cases).

    Second, I hate internet drama & this message may come across as some...
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    We can wish for all sorts of things but if pollen...

    We can wish for all sorts of things but if pollen isn't available, it really doesn't matter. I put a notice on Nep forum several days ago & no responses at all.

    :headwall:
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    ... & may you have (& enjoy) many more ... ...

    ... & may you have (& enjoy) many more ... :beer:

    We're way overdue on the brewskis btw. :poke:
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    The plant is in the middle of a tank with a...

    The plant is in the middle of a tank with a vining SG N. hamata & many Orchidioides - no way to see the entire plant. Here's one of the pitchers:...
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    It's been a bit over a month, so here are two...

    It's been a bit over a month, so here are two more pics (front & back - roughly)....
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    It looks like someone just combined the threads -...

    It looks like someone just combined the threads - check out post #20 up above.
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    N. robcantleyi gender?

    Last night I went into the basement to water my plants & found a spike pressed up against the glass. Hopefully it isn't damaged as it was directly below very hot lights. I know it's early but I was...
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    Yes, this is the article (odd that it didn't show...

    Yes, this is the article (odd that it didn't show up in my CPUK search). Interesting that the author & Fernando visited the same places, inspected the exact same plants & come to polar opposite...
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    Yes - size can be very dependent on environmental...

    Yes - size can be very dependent on environmental factors. However, the leave shape can be a quite reliable indicator.

    Allowing for some variability, U. cornigera on the top & U. reniformis on the...
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    Fred, Cool pic - thanks for sharing. Is this...

    Fred,
    Cool pic - thanks for sharing.

    Is this the small form or U. reniformis or the renamed large form (U. cornigera)?

    None of my U. reniformis (large or small) are willing to flower in the...
  16. Sticky: Most of the flowers fell off today (from...

    Most of the flowers fell off today (from pollination), although some were in better condition than the others. I gathered up the two U. quelchii forms & added a U. humboldtii. Then I took a pic with...
  17. Sticky: Both U. quelchii clones are currently flowering...

    Both U. quelchii clones are currently flowering together for the 1st time. Once I got pics of each & started to look at them, I was surprised at how different they are - both in color & structure. I...
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    Steve, This winter was the roughest my Sarrs...

    Steve,
    This winter was the roughest my Sarrs have ever gone through (in my care). For some reason, it hit the purps hardest (30-50% lost) and right now the jury is out on my 'Adrian Slack' (it's...
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    Who doesn't love a good CP pit? Ever consider...

    Who doesn't love a good CP pit? Ever consider charging admission?

    Tell me it's not so ... :0o: Nooooooooooooooooooooo .... :crazy:

    The super simple yet always intriguing pitchers. Never get...
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    U. nephrophylla leaves larger than U. tricolor?

    U. nephrophylla leaves larger than U. tricolor?
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    Yes, this is definitely a species where the...

    Yes, this is definitely a species where the clones in circulation have significant variability. My main pot currently has flowers everywhere. I can't disturb it as they're needed for various...
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    Moar, moar awesome!! Happy Happy Day!!

    Moar, moar awesome!!

    Happy Happy Day!!
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    Happy getting-older-day Liz!! Come back & tell...

    Happy getting-older-day Liz!!

    Come back & tell us how you're doing. Also, somebody's got to watch over Av, I'm pretty sure it's your turn ... :0o:
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    Sorry, If I tried selfing U. quelchii, I don't...

    Sorry, If I tried selfing U. quelchii, I don't recall. Many of the others in Orchidioides produce fertile seeds from selfing (U. campbelliana, U. nelumbifolia, U. humboldtii, U. alpina - not U....
  25. Thread: Hello from NJ

    by RL7836
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    Hi Collin, Welcome to TF. Glad to see another...

    Hi Collin,
    Welcome to TF. Glad to see another Utric grower. That section of TF isn't exactly a high-traffic zone - LOL.

    Which species do you grow?
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