Well, I finally received my first Mexiping, a cute little P. laueana. I've been reading about them, etc. and it seems that pings can be very easily propagated. The plant I have is about 1-1.5 inches across, and has just left its dormant period, as there are about 3-4 carnivorous leaves sitting atop a large cluster of succulent-type leaves. I have read that when propagating Pinguicula, it is often easiest to do leaf pullings when the plant is in its dormant period. Seeing that the non-carnivorous leaves are now underneath a rosette of carnivorous leaves, can I pull several of them off, and dip them, chip-dip style right into the surrounding substrate? I suppose I am just looking for some guidance in this area, since I haven't grown any Pinguicula yet. How frequently should the pullings/entire plant be watered? As wet as you would keep Drosera or Sarracenia, or more similar to the constant moisture, but not water-logged method of Nepenthes? If my camera charger weren't missing, there would certainly be photos!