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RARE!!! BLADDERWORT: Utricularia Cornigera x Nelumbifolia for sale– Cultivo Carnivores
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RARE! BLADDERWORT: Utricularia Cornigera x Nelumbifolia

  • R889.00

online only: courier or collect

Order now and get it between 20/11 and 29/11

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  • Extremely rare in carnivorous plant collections, Utricularia Cornigera x Nelumbifolia is an wonderful cross with large rounded leaves
  • Epiphytic utricularia uses bulbous traps underneath the soil level to catch and digest insects for nutrition
  • Even though the carnivorous magic happens below the soil level, utricularia are usually grown for the unique orchid-like flowers 
  • 4 plants available:  This is a high end collector item and currently ONLY available while stocks last


    Carnivorous plant category: All Bladderworts for sale



      • 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


    Carnivorous plant category: All Bladderworts for sale



      • Great for carnivorous plant bogs, epiphytic bladderworts can also be repotted on its own into live sphagnum moss or a mix of perlite and moist long fiber sphagnum moss
      • In optimal conditions, the plant plug will spread to fill the container over the next couple of months
      • Grow epiphytic bladderworts in a slightly cooler area with semi-shade or sheltered location with very bright light
      • 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 moss or growing media dry completely
      • Epiphytic bladderworts do not flower as easily, but once they start be sure to enjoy them.  The flowering process is not as energy depleting as in the case of venus flytraps and sundews, thus bladderworts can definitely be left to flower


    Carnivorous plant category: All Bladderworts for sale

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