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Thread: Looking for some other easy pings.........

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    im starting to make up my wishlist for next year. ive never thought much about Pings but the last few months the couple i have are delighting me in a continuous showing of flowers. so are there any other fairly free flowering species and hybrids other than the ones i currently have: moranensis, moranensis x elherseae and 'Aphrodite'.
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    'Weser' and 'Sethos' are just about the easiest Pings around, and flower continually for a few months(I had 20 flowers on my 'Weser') then they have a break and resume flowering like mad after a while. Flowers are moranensis like and are pink.
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    P. primuliflora are the easiest for me. I bought one two Augusts ago, as a total newbie and several plantlets & flowers later.... it is still doing fine.

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    sorry Jim but primuliflora is one of those that i just cant grow. i guess i may have to find someone with a good strong clone and try it again.
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    Moranensis x agnata is my easiest(thanks Jim!)
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    If you're having problems with P. primuliflora, I'd give it a shot again. From my experience, they enjoy:
    Warm conditions;
    Waterlogged substrate;
    Which is domestic (USA) LFS;
    In a shallow container (they were happy in a 2"-deep tray!).
    Good luck on your search!

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    Amori, thats how i grow most of my species. although some are in peat mixes, a few are in coco-peat but all are in house hold temps, kept waterlogged by sitting in 1 inch or deeper water (other than my Neps and U. asplundii). i may just have had some weak clones. maybe ill have to bum a plantlet off of Jim in the spring [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]
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    Rattler, Sethos are attractive little plants and very easy to grow. I grow mine outside.

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