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    i have a ping sethos and i don't really much about them at all. Can anybody tell me a bit info. about them? And since winter is coming, i am worry about dormency for them. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img]
    We can go for days without food, but we can't pass 5 minutes without air. REMEMBER TO BREATH!!!

    Trouble breathing? Let me know.

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    P. 'Sethos' is a Mexi-Ping. They like a good open soil (at least 50% perlite preferably more) Your best bet for getting real good information is to check out Eric Partrat's World of Pinguicula website (you can find it with a quick Google search)
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    thanx a lot pyro
    We can go for days without food, but we can't pass 5 minutes without air. REMEMBER TO BREATH!!!

    Trouble breathing? Let me know.

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    It is p.moranensiss x ehlersi.
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    Two answers to question (What type of hybrid?):

    1 --It is a Mexican Pinguicula hybrid.

    2 --It is a very nice, easy, vigorous, and attractive hybrid.

    Very few Mexican Pinguicula have a "dormancy". They just have a different growth form. They still keep on growing. Several only bloom from their "winter" leaves, others bloom from both "winter" and "summer" leaves. Some that go "dormant" -- (no visible portion of plant above the soil) often show they are not really "dormant" because they bloom from this form.



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    I got my plants for Pinguiculaman. Thanks again. I followed his advice and planted them in pure peat moss and they are growing like weeds and flowering like crazy. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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