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By Jedikinigit
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Hi everybody. New to the forum. Fortunately I found a great local grower who sells high quality large plants reasonably. After having these for a couple months (the driest months I have ever experienced in North Florida - off topic, but not the easiest time to start with carnivores) I have had some other things start popping up in a couple of my Sarracenia pots. I do have live sphagnum so I know that, but I am interested in the little flowering stalk that is starting. Is it Utricularia? If so, could I pull some and try to let it grow in my water trays, or pot it? The second picture might show the same thing, but interested in people's feedback. Thank you.
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Order on pictures got switched. 2&3 show what I am talking about. #1 might show the same thing in another pot.
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By ChefDean
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Yes, it's a Utric, maybe bismaquata.
Yes, you can take a pinch and transplant it to another pot. I don't know if you can propagate it in the water trays themselves though.
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