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    When I recently visited Lee's Botanical Gardens I took a pic of his pings (not sure what kind). The thing that stood out in this picture was the single plant with a yellow flower. I could kick myself in the *** for not buying it but... oh well. Maybe I'll still get it. Here's the pic...


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    Those right there look like P.Planifolia. Nice picture!

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    I believe that yellow one is actually a lutea

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    Pyro, I was making an educated guess, that's all. I am no Ping expert but tried. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    NepG,

    I'm no Ping expert either and I wasn't trying to say you were wrong. I was just stating what I believed the yellow one was.

    No harm meant

    Pyro

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    I didn't take any offense Pyro. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] I hope I didn't make you think I did. Sorry if I did.

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    Boys, boys... all I know is it was a large growing area with all purple fowers except 1... all the plants looked the same to me and the one with the yellow flower struck me. I want it and I will probably get it.
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    (Edited by Dyflam at 8:35 pm on April 5, 2002)

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    Yes, it is a Pinguicula lutea, easy to ID as this is the only yellow flowering North American temperate ping. The flowers can get quite large on this species.

    Unlike palnifolia and primuliflora which appreciate very wet conditions, this one likes it just a little less wet.

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