In my terrarium setup, I have heliamphoras, highlander neps, and utricularia (about 20 species). I have grown them for a little over a year and have yet to see any of them flower (minus U. sandersonii and U. sabulata). I grow them under 1 2' Sunblaster T5HO 6400k light with 14 hour photoperiods and temperatures are about 16-25 night and day.
All of my plants are growing well (I think).. I've had Drosera and Byblis flower under these lights but none of my Utricularia are flowering. Could it be that I need more light?
Any tips & recommendations? Thanks
Last Edit: Sept 18, 2016 14:09:15 GMT -5 by danyoh
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