Utricularia fulva is a tropical bladderwort native to Australia. The peach flowers with their red speckled palates make D. fulva easy to recognize among bladderwort species. While the foliage looks like nothing more than little bits of grass and the small bladders are hidden underground, the carnivorous traps of Utricularia are some of the most complex structures of all flowering plants.
Utricularia fulva ‘Rockhole, WA’
Size and packing method: Plants are shipped as 1.5 inch plugs of soil. Upon arrival, plant the plug in a larger container. Each plug contains multiple plants.
Mature size: Flowers are 0.25 – 0.5 inches in size, produces very small bladder traps
Light: Full sun
Soil: Carnivorous Plant Soil Mix, pure peat or peat-sand mix
Feeding: Traps will feed on small organisms in the soil
Water: Keep soil wet at all times, provide water that is low in salts and minerals such as rain or distilled water
Planting and adjustment instructions will be included with your shipment.