So I am aware of my media choices and the pluses and minuses of each but out of curiosity, I thought I might I ask for pics of this plant along with a description of what the plant is growing in so I can get an idea of what the plants think
It seems to do best in LFS!
Pure peat works great for me, but I use that for a lot of Mexican pings with great success. I go from completely sopping wet, to pretty dang dry and repeat.
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Mine slowly died when I did that. I was given a second chance by the one sho sent me a plant and suggested that I use LFS. So that's what I did. Radical difference!
I think the wetter mixes work when you have good light. If you don't- it probably won't work so well. As always, some media works better for me, some other may work better for you. But it's promising with jimscott growing nice plants in a media that is also pretty wet.
Interesting as this species is found growing on limestone. You would think basic conditions would suit them better than acidic. They might do even better with hard water. But yes, you want them wet.
According to the Author, Pinguicula moctezumae grows on calcium carbonate concretions, in the stream bed or walls with water drainings, on wet limestone slope (I think it is Tufa) at altitudes of 900 to 1100m.
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