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By hollyhock
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Joined:  Thu Mar 05, 2015 8:56 am
#269177
I just received 4 new utricularia.. I read the care sheet on the forum. But do all of these like a very wet condition? The reason I ask is that the U.calycifida looked better yesterday before I potted it. Maybe it just needs time to adjust..?

U pubescens, U fulva, U.longifolia, and
U calycifida.
Thanks for any and all advice as always :D
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By nimbulan
Posts:  2076
Joined:  Fri Feb 28, 2014 9:03 pm
#269184
My experience with U. calycifida is that the existing leaves don't survive repotting. Mine wilted really badly after I got it but popped back up in no time and started flowering almost immediately. That said I think you potted yours a bit shallow, there's a lot of white showing.
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By nimbulan
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Joined:  Fri Feb 28, 2014 9:03 pm
#269190
I should add I used a humidity dome while the plant was recovering though I don't know if that's necessary. It grows just fine under normal household humidity otherwise.
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