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  1. collin

    Utricularia, section Orchidioides - info sharing & discussion

    Definitely not as impressive as amphirion's display, but my alpina x endressii is pretty happy. As is the cornigera x nelumbifolia in the background.
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  4. collin

    Utricularia, section Orchidioides - info sharing & discussion

    That's generally what I do for mine as well. Although it's winter now, so the terrarium that they are in is dry right now.
  5. collin

    Utricularia, section Orchidioides - info sharing & discussion

    Weird. I have it in identical conditions. Maybe it will just take some time... It's putting out a lot of stolons but only a few leaves.
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    Utricularia, section Orchidioides - info sharing & discussion

    Beautiful. My alpina is surviving instead of thriving. Oddly, the trickier ones are happier. How are you growing it?
  7. collin

    Utric hitchhiker

    Looks like a U. cornigera x nelumbifolia hybrid.
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    Utric hitchhiker

    @Grey Moss Cool - it just looks so different from all other Utric flower stalks that I have seen. It also initially looked like one bud with four sepals but I think that it may be two buds very close together. So, that's why I assumed it was another genus. I'll keep y'all posted on the flower if...
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    Utric hitchhiker

    I picked up a no ID a few months ago and always just assumed that it was U. cornigera and a cornigera/nelumbifolia hybrid growing in the same pot. But, the big one got pretty big and started to flower - now I'm quite confused. Do y'all have any idea what this could be?
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  17. collin

    Collin's Utrics

    Thanks @bluemax. And I'm not sure @hcarlton, that's a good question. I'll take a closer look tonight.
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    Absolutely stunning, beautiful plant.
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    Collin's Utrics

    It was sold to me as U. minutissima but it appears to be U. parthenopipes
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