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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff 2 View Post
    Bonjour

    very very nice KONDOI

    for me it is a difficult pinguicula ,often rotten ending.

    what are your cultivate condition.?

    jeff
    Thanks Jeff,

    These are grown in the basement under fluorescent lights.

    They are bottom watered from a shallow dish.

    Once the water evaporates from the dish, i'll try to refill it in a few days time.

    The established pings can go longer without water than the small pings started from seed - the seedlings are much more likely to go into their succulent stage if they are kept dry for a slightly extended amount of time.


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    Omg that is my favourite ping.. and yours looks perfect! I swear there isn't a single thing you can't grow.

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    its my favorite too , i wonder if I can get it in here...

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    Thanks Thez, i'm sure your balcony with a view, is a sight to behold as well.

    Hi Dyzio, check out CZ Plants website in the Czech Republic.

    CZ has P. kondoi currently in stock, and they offer good customer service.


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    P. reticulata is available in the US. All you have to do is ask around. I have yet to see anything labeled as P. kondoi looking any different from plants labeled as P. reticulata.
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