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    My pings are starting to flower

    Some pics of pings that are in flower. I expect more within the month.
    Pics, some are not true to color. I'm working that though

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    Lovely!
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    That's great! But why now? What is your photoperiod and watering for them? I'm used to seeing this in late winter, coming out of the succulent stage, with increasing daylength and watering.

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    very nice zero

    Mine also flowered, my agnata a week or 2 ago, and my moranensis had one open i think this week, strange, they went into the greenhouse in early summer, went into there cp leaves, no flowers, once i brought them inside they are still producing cp leaves and both flowered once. i don't think im going to get anymore as they should be starting to produce there succulent like leaves now.

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    sweet, my first ping is sending up it's first flower, it will be the first time I've seen one in person. Can I pollinate it?
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    jimscott, I don't really know much about the flowering cycle. I had a lot of flowers during the winter last year.
    my watering is, I put about 1/2 in of water in tray let go dry for a day or two then repeat. photoperiod is natural+lights till 10:30pm. none of my pings are in succulent stage right now.
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    Okay.. you have a wet/dry cycle... 10:30 pm... does that mean a good 15 hours of light per day?

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    the soil never really dries the tray the are in is dry for a few day's, yup 15 hours is about right.
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