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Thread: Pinguicula moranensis Very high humidity

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    Bonjour

    you can also when the time is OK in MONTREAL( without frost , up to 10c )go outside until the first frost

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    This sort of setup works well for me - grow rack from October to April, and outside from May to September:


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    waouh !!!!

    have you some temperate ?

    very nice .

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    There is one, small grandiflora in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crissytal View Post
    I think probably what happened was the drastic change in conditions triggered it to come out of dormancy. At the very least, they slow down growth in the winter. More often than not they will stop growing completely, reduce in size and produce non-carnivorous leaves in the winter when they go dormant. It's almost May and I still have some dormant Pinguicula. They start growing again on their own time.

    Like Jim mentioned, be careful growing them in such high humidity. It can cause them to rot.

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    so to get my p. x sethos out of dormancy (the only plant still in it) i should increase humidity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewspaperFort View Post
    so to get my p. x sethos out of dormancy (the only plant still in it) i should increase humidity?
    It is a bad idea to "force" pings out of dormancy. Rather let them wake up when they feel like it.

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    may be if you have the possibility , to get them out door (not in the case where your ping have a peat substrate, rot risk )

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    Jeff: tu es francais toi

    I cannot put my ping outside because sometimes the RH drop under 25%.
    And outside the leaves will be full of everything exept insects, its a industrial/commercial zone here!

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