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    Plants from Peter are always very red, I think he grows sell plants under lights or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    Of course, some people enjoy U. bisquamata but it generally wears out its welcome before long.
    The only people I have ever heard speak affectionately of U. bisquamata are those who have not had to cope with it contaminating pots of other species, from which it is then nearly impossible to remove. And the folks who have not yet grown it. All I can say is; good luck to all who allow it into their space. I suggest it be renamed: Utricularia kudzuensis.

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    Alright then. I will take the B-52 out of the pot come the warmest part of the coming day (it's kind of chilly here right now) and wash all traces of the soil from it's roots and rhizome, then repot it in some fresh new soil that I've had in storage for a few months. I don't want an infestation of U. bisquamata amongst my pots.
    "FEED ME!!" ~ Audrey II, Little Shop of Horrors

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