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    My first successful Pinguicula cross

    It is P. moranensis alba x P. agnata True blue. Although both of species are easy for grow and cross, I am so exciting to see my first cross flowering. It took almost 2 years from seed to flower.




    The seedlings

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    Congratulations! I hope to do that someday.

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    Sweet


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    Congratulations! It's a beautiful hybrid.

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    have you a picture just of your agnata true blue ?

    jeff

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    Thank you.

    This is the Parent P. agnata True Blue

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    What media are you using out of curiosity? Otherwise they look great!

    Curious of your watering method as well. Everything looks so healthy and vibrant!
    Last edited by Mercfh; 07-18-2016 at 10:43 PM.

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