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    Oh wow, those are gorgeous!

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    Beautiful plants!

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post

    Smitty and MH1 - I'd love to see pics of your plants!

    Thanks for all your kind comments, everyone!

    - Mark
    Here ya go bluemax. I didn't know if it wanted to go dormant or not....so I keep the media on the dry side after it blew up with flowers.


    Before the divide and at the beginning of the flowering frenzy. (5.5 inch pot)



    And after.....

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    Look's like that guy has divided quite a bit! Nice job, that means it's happy.

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    Mine are a bit more negelcted because they've been shoved to the edge of the light tubes due to zero space, but:

    Le deux Ping'splosions


    ping'splosion 1


    ping'splosion 2


    They used to be nice and pink before I ran out of space and ceased to water them reguarally- but they take it pretty well

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    Whoa!

    @Smitty- I like the dark veins in the leaves. My before plant looked very similar, large and just a few pretty leaves.

    @MH1- These are beautiful clusters. Kind of like some sort of carnivorous leaf-lettuce.

    Thanks for posting!

    - Mark

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    Smile, it makes people nervous :) MH1's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    @MH1- These are beautiful clusters. Kind of like some sort of carnivorous leaf-lettuce.
    I think the literal translation of the German common name for Pinguicula is 'fat-cabbage'. Pretty apt in some cases!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MH1 View Post
    I think the literal translation of the German common name for Pinguicula is 'fat-cabbage'. Pretty apt in some cases!
    I thought it was Latin for "Little Greasy One"

    It really drives me nuts that they divide like that when the bloom, i like the look of having one rosette with the gracefully over-lapping leaves more than the "ping'slosions" that happen after a blooming cycle.
    "The plants you grow, end up growing you."


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