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I thought that, now that my U. jamesoniana has flowered a few times, that I'd share my growing methods.
I grow it in a small, 2 inch net pot filled with dead LFS moss. The pot sits in an aquarium on top of dead LFS moss and is surrounded by live LFS. I water by filling up the bottom of the...
WTB: WTB Epiphytic Utricularia
WTB Epiphytic Utricularia. Looking to purchase Utricularia Campbelliana, Utricularia Jamesoniana, Utricularia Endressii, Utricularia Asplundii. I would also be interested in Utricularia 'Jitka'.
List Date: 7/30/2016
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I can get my U. jamesoniana to flower consistently, so I would like to try to pollinate them. But it seems that there is not a lot of info on that subject to be found...
Any suggestions, information, tips and whatnot is greatly appreciated!
I have been asked for my growlist many times and I am really bad about keeping one so here goes (As of this posting this list is incomplete and only includes my Aldrovanda, Genliseas and Utricularias).
My Interests in the Carnivorous plant world
Clones I don't have!
Eden Black (eb x eb)
Brewer giant green
Triffid Albany black
Hi everyone. I'm looking to expand my collection a bit. Here is a list of plants that I am looking for:
D. x corinthiaca
D. regia 'Big Easy'
I'm also interested in any other hybrids and species that I do not have. No D...
I might as well ask. I am considering ordering in some utric and/or genlisea seeds from over the pond. I know that the chances of successful germination are fairly slim when ordered this way but am tempted to try. Specifically, if/when availible, I am considering:
Utricularia jamesoniana - established plant on treefern slab (for over 1 year)
For those unfamiliar with this species, it is a small epiphytic highland utric with unusual flowers and is in section Orchidioides. It is uncommonly available within the US. This particular clone is from Antioquia...
since having collected the section Iperua, I am now looking to collect the section Orchidioides. I have a few, but missing many.
Any help or information on any of these would be greatly...
Utricularia dichotoma (Thanks for the SASE, kulamauiman!)
Utricularia gramnifolia (Thanks for the SASE, flytraplady5!)
Utricularia graminifolia (Thanks for donating to the NASC auction 2011, RL7836!)
Utricularia livida (Thanks for the SASE...
I've been growing some of these Utrics for approximately 1.5 years (yup - a noob) and have already gone through multiple trials & tribulations. Following some discussions with a grower on another forum (& a few on Terra), we thought it would be a good idea to start a discussion thread on the...
*Actively available for trade
~ Negotiable for trade
If there is no symbol following the name then the plant is not for trading and cannot be negotiated for. (Except with offers of N. argentii or N. edwardsiana, Triphyophyllum, etc.)
William (complete reboot)
Hm, the original title isn't so fitting anymore...
Lots of changes, lost lots of plants moving back between college... but lots survived too! Also some cool new species, including one that's been on my want list for a while.
New stuff from BCP is here...
Well i have put some thought in to this an was wanting to trade a few neps for a number of Utric's . I am Looking for
in about a month i will be able to take divisions from my Utricularia endresii
and Utricularia geminiloba(there may be more than 1 division of each). i would like to know if any one would have any of the following to trade(they are in order from most wanted to least)
iam looking for some epiphytic utricularia. if you have forms, locations, or just regular plants of