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    i like em pink and sticky.cant choose just one, thhye are all so great!

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    Out of the ones I grow: P. grandiflora. Beautiful flowers, and the thing just keeps going, and going, and going.....
    Out of any species..... ? Maybe P. elongata, or emarginata for the flowers....
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    My favorite is Pinguicula caerulea. The very first carnivorous plant I ever owned was a P. Caerulea (it died within a month) but I share a certain sentimental connection with this one.

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    That's a tough one! I only have two Pings. On the one hand my Pirouette is a prolific grower BUT my Laueana is the first, been with me longer, and has red flowers (the color red is my favorite after periwinkle-lavender).

    Laueana vs...


    Pirouette:


    I even named them both, though not very brilliant names...Lau and Piro. Hehe!

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    Those are some nice pictures. Wolfn, I'm sorry to hear about that, temperates are hard for me to grow.

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    For the Mexican pings,gypsicola by far.I have about 20 of them and love em.Temperate would be my grandiflora.One made it thru this winter but supplied me with 15 gemma !!!

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    I like those pings too(well pretty much all of them). Does grandiflora grow big flowers?

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    "Aphrodite" is a nice cultivar, but I particularly like P. jaumavensis and P. moctezumae.

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