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    Moved here

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    Hi everyone, i'm new here and pings are some of my favorite cps.

    Just a a week or so ago i visited California CArnivores and saw some enormous pings. The p.gigantea there was around a foot and some of the moranensis, mainly moranensis 'A' ,were around 8in.

    Here is list of giant pings from what i believe to be the largest to the smallest:P.gigantea, 'Titan', Moranensis 'a', and macrophylla.

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    P.titan no doubt! at the bacps meeting, i saw one whose leaves were more then a foot across! #### its a big plant![img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    P.'Titan' is most likely a cross between agnata'scented flower' and macrophylla. Now if a cross was made between gigantea and macrophylla...

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    Hi CP2k

    Welcome to the forums. :-) I like the pings too although I've only had mine for about a month. They have such a nice fleshy look to them. I plan to add a few more. You are lucky you live close enough to a CP nursery to go visit. That would be awsome to see. Wonder if I could find a p. 'Titan' and a p. gigantea. They would be fun to try.

    Suzanne


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    Actually, it took around 7 hours for me to get to CC and San Francisco, but the trip was well worth the trouble.

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    I am the biggest Ping! ME ME! You hear! oh... darn.. forgot my medication again... scuse me...

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    LOL

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