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    "Oh, now he's a philosophizer" Baylorguy's Avatar
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    It's good to see the plants are being revived. Your writeup on how to grow pings has been my roadmap, and just like you, I keep my pings wet year round. Prior to this I would lose a lot of plants, but once I ensured good circulation, lighting and water, I have yet to lose a ping.

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    Here are another couple of photos of those species showing good recovery:

    Pinguicula jaumavensis (or it might be Pinguicula debbertiana - I misplaced the label from this pot) -->


    A tray of Pinguicula jaumavensis, before they were unintentionally neglected -->


    Pinguicula laueana -->


    Pinguicula esseriana -->


    Pinguicula rotundiflora -->
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    From 2008:

    P. gracilis

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    Here is a an update on Pinguicula rotundiflora, they look like they'll soon be generating flower buds -->


    When conditions are right, many of the Mexican/tropical American species have very distinctive appearances, so they can usually be identified even when not in bloom. Many of these same species can superficially resemble each other, especially when they are growing in conditions that encourage amorphous growth.
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