moof wrote:kitty they sometimes need a few days to open:) so just waitIf it's U. subulata - they may never open or just open partially - depending on their conditions & mood. This species is famous for cleistogamous flowers so many people assume that it's a moss and not a flowering plant.
Both U. subulata & U. bisquamata are very prolific with their seed distribution and can be quite difficult to eradicate once entrenched. while many enjoy the little guys, if you're trying to keep your utrics separated (or any of your CPs), they can be a problem. I just received a U. subulata hitchhiker in a new pot of U. reniformis 'small form'. Now, I'll be trying to start new reniformis cultures that do not include the invader...
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