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Thread: P. Emarginata Blooming! **Happy**

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    but anyways i am really happy as for this is my first ping bloom and im all really happy... and excited to see what it looks like


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    Thats cool. Maybe you can get some seeds!

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    I have not been able to get any of my pings to make seed...I tease the flowers but the little buggers do nothing. I will keep trying. At least they flower a lot so I have more chances. I'm still hoping my lutea will bloom.

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    emarganta has the tiniest but nicest blooms i have seen in pings yet! I pollinated mine with a tiny needle and now seed pods are waiting to open!
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    Yes it is spelled correctly, but remember not to capitalize the second part of the name (specific epithet). i.e.

    Pinguicula emarginata - not - Pinguicula Emarginata

    See: CP FAQ about plant names
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    Most mexican pings cannot produce viable seed by selfing. However, crossing two different clones of the same species or two different species will usually result in viable seeds. I have tried crossing my gypsicolas, but the all the flowers failed to develop mature seedpods because the plants are of the same clone.

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    AGG? i cant believe this post has been drug up from the graveyard. i posted this in July. Lohell.. anyways you are quite correct cp2k it did not produce seed, instead it just pinched up a bloom... only to die off from the stem up in about 5 days of blooming... But now i have at the time 2 species blooming, P. lusitinica and P. x george sargent.. lusitanica quite dainty but quite cute. The robust bloom of the P. x george sargent makes me very happy lol.. but anyways... old posts coming back to LIFE!

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    Hi PoopHead,

    I guess I did not have to dig deep as the post before my post was in Sept,2002.

    My xGeoge Sargent has not flowered for me yet for some reason. You are lucky to get your plant to flower. Was this the xGeorge Sargent I gave you? I can't believe that it flowered before its parent

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