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    I have tried crossing some of my pings a few times with no results.
    I wish there was a more detailed write up with good macro shots of the flower parts and how to pollinate. I have tried the sharp toothpick method with many flowers of different ages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero View Post
    I have tried crossing some of my pigs a few times with no results.
    What did you try to cross your PIGS with?

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    Thanks Everyone!

    We don't need any new "Pig" hybrids out there!

    Actually, I may have to make a video on Pinguicula pollination, since little info does exist.

    Happy Growing,

    Brian.

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    I found these




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    Hello Friends,

    Alas!

    Finally some definitive flower characteristics that clearly show influences from both plants involved in the hybrid cross;



    This flower is strongly influenced by the Pinguicula 'AnPa D' parent;



    And this one leans strongly towards the Pinguicula macrophyllaparent;



    Also, the leaves are still retaining their light cherry-tinted margins (P. AnPa D) and the extreme width of the P. macrophylla parent.



    Happy Growing....and Holidays to All,

    Brian.

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    Gotta love those purple splotches! Congrats on the awesome cross.

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