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By Jaker00
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Joined:  Thu Apr 23, 2020 4:55 pm
Hi I've seen people grow utricularia graminifolia out of water but can't seem to find any information on it, if anyone could tell me how to care for them out of water please tell me.

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By twitcher
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Joined:  Sat Aug 25, 2018 5:56 am
Graminifolia is easily grown as a terrestrial. It doesn't seem to be very popular here as I offered some nice plugs for trade and did not get a response. I grow mine in peat/sand 50/50. It likes a high water level, so when starting out, keep it about 1/2" below the soil line. After established, it can be grown via tray method with other CP's. When I first read about it it had a reputation for being difficult, but mine has not been difficult and has become one of my favorites.

The pic below is the lesser of the two plugs. I was able to trade away the other one eventually.

(sorry, ftc doesn't like the size of my pictures. I'll have to retake in the morning with the light and add them later)
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