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    P. caerulea in situ...

    Hi Everyone,

    Here's some 'in situ' shots of one of my all-time favorite Pinguicula. Here's....P. caerulea!






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    WoW...i can see why is your favorite! Really nice flower.
    Best regards,
    Marius

    My Website: http://droseragemmae.com/

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    Nice! Where did you find this?

    I live in Pasco County, but I can't find any pinguicula here. Only Drosera and Utricularia
    "I may be on the side of angels, but do not mistake me for one."

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    Very nice. It's tall, too. O.o Are those utric stalks I see?
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    Hey, those do look like utrics! Do you know what kind they are, Brian?

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jefforever View Post
    Hey, those do look like utrics! Do you know what kind they are, Brian?

    Thanks for sharing.
    Actually, they look like Drosera Capillaris stalks.
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    Hello to All ...and thanks!

    Indeed, those are D. capillaris...good call.

    Wolfn,

    P. caerulea lives in drier conditions than most CP. Look in the higher, surrounding areas of the bogs, in palmetto/pine flatwoods. You should find them and P. lutea!

    Happy Growing,

    Brian.

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    Nice looking flower!

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