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    I am at a loss as to the identity of this Ping, any guesses


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    Doing it wrong until I do it right. xvart's Avatar
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    I don't know the name; but, it sure is pretty. Lovely color.

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    look like one of those garden center pings aka P. 'Wesser'. i dont know for sure though. if you have a picture of the flower you will be able to have a almost 100% dead on ID.
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    P. Piroette is my guess.

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    It might be Pinguicula 'Pirouette', Pinguicula moranensis (Fraser Beauty), or several others that have a nearly identical vegetative appearance. In cases like this I wait to see the flower to be certain.
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