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    Utricularia, section Orchidioides - info sharing & discussion

    Quelchii illu tepui looking good, Mark :clap:
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    Utricularia graminifolia - My Experiences

    I used to grow it emergent, in an undrained container, with the tips of the leaves just poking through the water surface. It flowered well that way for me.
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    Utricularia, section Orchidioides - info sharing & discussion

    I've been growing U. jamesoniana for some time and recently thought I had lost it. When I first grew it, it was in coarse peat and moss (not sphagnum) in a jar and I noticed it tended to prefer to grow at the base, where it was wetter. That culture started to fail due to poor air circulation so...
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    Cephalotus Phil Mann

    I'm looking forward to seeing the adult pitchers from location and location crosses.
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    Philips GreenPower LED flowering lamp trial

    Maybe I'll try a Ceph under it. Sent from my SM-T530 using Tapatalk
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    Philips GreenPower LED flowering lamp trial

    Butch, yes it is. Sent from my SM-T530 using Tapatalk
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    Philips GreenPower LED flowering lamp trial

    Missed this thread, mainly because I'm not in this forum often, but I have owned the same Philips lamp for some time and the Heliamphora below has been grown under it. Growth rate has been good, but it lacks a little colouration.
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    Cephalotus ' Dudley Watts ' or Cephalotus " Double Ribbed" ? Which one?

    For such a debate to exist, does this not mean that the clones characteristics are not distinguishable? If this is the case, then how would one prove provenance?
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    Cephalotus ' Dudley Watts ' or Cephalotus " Double Ribbed" ? Which one?

    Confusing... So is this Stephen Morley's 'Dudley Watts'? Sent from my SM-T530 using Tapatalk
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    Droolicious...

    Sent from my SM-T530 using Tapatalk
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    C. 'Eden Black' x self doesn't show color?

    I think there is a lot of confusion with regards to 'dark' Cephalotus plants. Some people expect to get the colouration, even if they don't get it with their other Cephalotus in the same conditions. In my experience, some clones appear to have the potential of becoming darker in the same growing...
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    C. 'Eden Black' x self doesn't show color?

    What I was getting at was how far can you go in a cultivar description with regards to what is needed in order to express the claimed unique characteristic [emoji4] Sent from my XT1039 using Tapatalk
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    C. 'Eden Black' x self doesn't show color?

    If I grow a plant in a complex gas mixture and it shows a unique characteristic then could I register it as a cultivar? Sent from my XT1039 using Tapatalk
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    C. 'Eden Black' x self doesn't show color?

    With regards to what Dimi said, these two seedlings are from the same batch of location crosses and the front one (bottom of picture) has always shown a darker colouration to its siblings.
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    C. 'Eden Black' x self doesn't show color?

    Colour expression is a function of cultivation conditions in Cephalotus in my experience. This plant was growing under grow lights ~1 month ago and was green but has taken on this colour since being placed outside.
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    Flooded Cephalotus

    It's growing on an open grow-shelf. I have powdery mildew on soil of another Cephalotus, which is kept drier, nearby.
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    Flooded Cephalotus

    Some people like to grow Cephalotus in aerated, well drained soil, containing all sorts of materials. So, I decided to go quite the opposite, planting in an un-drained container (Christmas pudding tub), in pure peat and flooded on a weekly basis. I have been growing it this way since Autumn. I...
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    H. collina (Cerro Venamo) x H. minor var. pilosa (Cerro la Luna)

    First adult pitcher forming on H. collina (Cerro Venamo) x H. minor var. pilosa (Cerro la Luna)
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    Which is C. 'Eden Black'?

    It'll colour, just like other cephs do. I have a Big Boy growing in same place and that's green too and it's exactly the same clone as the one in my avatar.
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