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    hey i was always wondering if P. Cyclosecta is a tropical or subtropical, or basically i am aksign if it requires a dormancy... and i am also wondering about my P. Emarginata's how exactly to enduce there dormacny and how long it shoudl generally last?


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    emarganta is a mexican ping that doesnt require any dormancy. It grows in damp areas in mexico which stays wetish all year round. Treat as you will with, lets see, ionantha. I dun have any knowledge about the other ping, sorry
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    Cyclosecta requires a cool (min 8C), fairly dry winter, when it forms it's winter rossette of smaller leaves. Otherwise it's a fairy easy Ping and the silky purple flowers and purple tinged leaf edges make it well worth growing. It's probably my favorite of the Pings I grow.

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    I grow my Pinguicula cyclosecta indoors, under lights and without varying their environment at all. They have been growing and blooming just fine. See My Pinguicula Website [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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