BLADDERWORT: Utricularia Longifolia var forgetiana for sale | Buy carnivorous plants and seeds online @ South Africa's leading online plant nursery, Cultivo Carnivores

COLLECTORS ITEM ⭐️ Utricularia Longifolia loc Serra do Almas, Brazil 📏 2cm Plug


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  • 🛒 Available online only ~ we ship anywhere in SA
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  • Special Import - Fully acclimatised and ready to grow
  • Only 2 plants available
  • Epiphytic bladderwort with location data that produces large orchid-like flowers
  • Bladderworts uses tiny traps underneath the soil to catch and digest microscopic organisms for nutrition
  • Even though the carnivorous magic happens below the soil level, utricularia are usually grown for the tiny orchid-like flowers

    • Sold in 2cm pots (plug size)
    • If shipped, bladderworts are sent already potted - Packed and protected to minimise damage
    • Note that these plants may not be in flower at the time of purchase
    • Great for carnivorous plant bogs, terrestrial bladderworts can also be repotted on its own into our PROmix for bladderworts or shredded, moist long fiber sphagnum moss
    • In optimal conditions, the plant plug will spread to fill the container over the next couple of months
    • Grow terrestrial bladderworts in semi-shade or sheltered location with very bright light and protect from frost
    • Using the tray method, keep your plant standing in a tray with 0.5-1cm water (Rainwater, distilled- or reverse osmosis water preferred)
    • Top watering is fine too, keep your plant moist at all times - never let the soil dry completely
    • Most terrestrial bladderworts flower during the warmer months of the year - spring and summer - Enjoy them, flowering does not affect growth such as in the case of venus flytraps and sundews, thus bladderworts can be left to flower