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Thread: P. caerulea, P. lutea and some others

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    I was wondering if anyone has had any experience in growing P. caerulea, P. lutea, P. plainifolia, P. pumila, P. ionantha, or P. laueana. I'm planning to try and extend my growlist next year and I would like to see if I could grow them well.

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    I've been growing Pinguicula laueana for many years now. It does good for me with my other Mexican species.
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    I grow both P. lutea and P. caerulea, they seem pretty easy. Both are flowering now (P. lutea I'm not sure). They grow in my terrarium under 90 watts of light, 'bout 60% humidity, and temps from 70-80.

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    I have P.plainifolia growing outside.This is the first winter since I got them this summer,so I'll have to see how they do.Ask this question again in the spring.


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