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Old 30th December 2008, 06:49 PM
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OMG that is seriously beautiful!

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Beautiful utric.
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Great plant Grandmaster. Is it from your collection or was the shot taken in the wild. I take it from the second photo that it is a true aquatic.
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Well i guess thats from the wild..........Those flowers sure are able to compete with orchids.

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Great plant Grandmaster. Is it from your collection or was the shot taken in the wild. I take it from the second photo that it is a true aquatic.
Nope, fixed aquatic/terestrial. This species was photographed in the wild, however I am growing five different forms of it.
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I see that it is endemic to NSW and Queensland. If you have a section that you would be prepared to sell or trade please let me know. I am now very interested in growing this plant. Cheers.
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I see that it is endemic to NSW and Queensland. If you have a section that you would be prepared to sell or trade please let me know. I am now very interested in growing this plant. Cheers.
I see your in Melbourne, might be best to give Sean Spence a bell, he is growing the form from Jibbon lagoon south of Sydney, might be a bit more cold tollerant, these Queensland varietys I have just obtained, so I am not to sure yet about Cultivation.
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Thanks for the tip. I will be sure to ask Sean next time I see him. Cheers.
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Hi, May i know where you bought this plant? I am really keen to get some. Thanks.
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