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By SFLguy
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Although I have both U. Bisquamata and U. Subulata as hitchhikers, they aren't currently flowering so pictures of them will come at a later date

I recently got a plug of both U. Sandersonii and U. Longifolia from hcarlton on the Sarracenia Forum :)

The Sandersonii is doing great and already starting to spread out
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The U. Longifolia unfortunately dried out a little bit before i could get to it but it's now recovering just fine
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By tommyr
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Nice! In the past month or 2 I too got some uts! They were slow to grow but now seem to be growing fine in full south facing Sun. A Longifolia and a Sandesonii! I also have a Bisquamata that seems to be growing now!

Happy New Year to all!
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By SFLguy
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Nice! They're both greatand I wish us both luck with them, happy New Years!
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By SFLguy
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The U. Longifolia is coming back nicely from a quick mite attack :)

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By jwalker
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How do u freed these I've been slow to get any because I don't under stand hoe they feed there traps are in the medium right
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By SFLguy
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I don't feed them, yes their traps are in the media, I believe utrics are grown more for the beauty of their flowers than for the joy of watching them feed. I'm sure you could add some nematodes or something but aside from that, I don't see much you could do.
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By SFLguy
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Mine are just grown on a windowsill and they're pretty happy
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The Longifolia still has mites but I'm slowly getting to them

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Of course, U. Sandersonii always puts on a show
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By SFLguy
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So does this look like any typical damage anyone here has seen? Is it from the mites or maybe the neem oil?
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