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    Pinguicula gracilis & Pinguicula rotundiflora

    P.gracilis

    P.rotundiflora


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    Very nice.
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    Beautiful! I can get P. gracilis to flower but not the other:





    ...and yes... I know the tag is misspelled!

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    jimscott,
    Your Pinguicula rotundiflora look like they could use some more nutrition, perhaps it will help.
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    FWIW, I do sprinkle all of my sundews and butterworts with pulverized freezed dried bloodworms... and (once a week) them spray with water.

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    Maybe I should take another stab at rust....

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    actually have you mucilage on the leaves ?
    here I have not , because they are in dormancy .

    in the middle of may I get all my mexican outdoor , at this moment they have mucilage ( with the morning colness) ideal condition to catch a lot of preys

    actually a lot of my temperate species start to get out , a very very good thing .

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    The years that I put my Mexican ping collection outside... bad things happened to them. I may try again, but this time with a particular type of "tray" that has holes that start at one inch from the bottom, so they don't get drowned or scattered.

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