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Old 05-11-2021, 03:25 PM
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Akhenaten... that red "flower" ... is the stuff around it sand?
Yes, these boulders around the leaves and bud of Utricularia menziesii are 1-2 mm sand (0,04"-0,08").

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Thought so. Past amazing. Please give me an overview picture of where that little thing is planted. In with other things? I can't imagine keeping track of it.
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Wow. That is the smallest of all

I cannot imagine. One must-spray and itís buried forever!
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What a lovely orchid. You, sir, have a very green thumb.
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Pot 9 cm (3,5'') with sand in the middle

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And I have new flowers form another Utricularia. Utricularia graminiflora:






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The photo of the set-up shows the scale well! Those are tiny!
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Thanks for the overview! About what I anticipated, and as Roberta says REALLY helps to understand the scale. I think my favorite of your Utricularia (at least I think it was) is the one that looks like a ghost or one of the Three Musketeers. I'm still trying to decide whether I should grow it... so far I just live vicariously with yours.
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I think my favorite of your Utricularia (at least I think it was) is the one that looks like a ghost or one of the Three Musketeers. I'm still trying to decide whether I should grow it...
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Utricularia pubescens very pretty ghost. Very easy to care for. Container, fine gravel washed in distillate, distillate. Put a small piece of Utricularia pubescens on gravel, submerge the mound with distillate 2/3 and add water regularly, as it evaporates. And, the most important thing is a very bright light.
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It develops ... What seemed to be the rudiment of a spur is not it



I feel Amorphophalus is expected

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