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    My first ping flower... not sure what it is.

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    P. planifolia?
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    IM 99.999999999999999999999999999999999 percent sure its
    Pinguicula primuflora
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    my P. primuliflora looks similar but is obviously different, one being it is not white, nor are the leaves as fat and round and they dont curle up at the edges nearly as much as Dys' does.
    But Im certainley no expert.
    Looking at it further though it does look like it could be primuliflora, there are slight hints of blue around the tips of the petals.

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    the way I know its primufolia is because small plantlets are forming from the end of the dead leaves. And as far as I know primufolia is the only one that does that.

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    ill have to go with primuflora, mine looks alot similar
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    btw nice pic!
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    I agree. It is P. primuliflora.
    " my P. primuliflora looks similar but is obviously different, one being it is not white..."
    There is an alba form of P.primuliflora from Georgia, but it is not very common in cultivation.

    "the way I know its primufolia is because small plantlets are forming from the end of the dead leaves. And as far as I know primufolia is the only one that does that."

    Actually, a few other warm-temperate Pings can grow plantlets from their leaves, but this is not as common as in primuliflora.

    Note: It is spelled primuliflora not primuflora or primufolia etc.




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