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    Pings

    P. cyclosecta (winter leaves)



    (spring leaves)


    P. debbertiana (winter leaves)


    (spring leaves)


    P. jaumavensis, P. esseriana, P. reticulata


    P. jaumavensis, P. reticulata


    P. esseriana, P. "1713"



    P. ehlersiae, P. 'Pirouette'



    P. moranensis x ehlersiae "Garden store 'Weser'"


    (just for reference here it is in January)


    P. agnata x gypsicola




    This was given to me as P. 'Titan' but it looks to me like P. 'Aphrodite' or at least P. agnata x moctezumae

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    Wow! Very nice and healthy pings. It looks like you are using aquatic plant soil for most of them. Is it a mix or pure APS?

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    Pure APS with a thin layer of long fiber sphagnum on the bottom. The P. cyclosecta and P. debbertiana I got from pingman and looks like a mix of sand and APS but he uses pure APS too. The P. agnata x gypsicola I bought potted and looks like a mix of peat, perlite/pumice, vermiculite, sand and who knows what else.
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    They're looking real good!

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    Those do look real nice.

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    ....especially the P. agnata x gypsicola.............realy nice job!!!!!!!!!!!
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    I've only had it a couple weeks so the credit goes to Ron West and his nursery. How it will continue to do in my conditions remains to be seen
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    I want one of the gypsicola x one, is it rare though, I suppose?
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