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    There are all white flowered forms of many of the SE USA Pinguicula, and nearly all Pinguicula flowers gradually change shade as they age.
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    I experienced the same phenomenon with one of my primulifloras [Edit: should read, "P. prumuliflora", please see earlier note] - white->iris color.

    On a sad note, my 18 month pride and joy is dying, surrounded by her babies. What is the typical lifespan of a window sill primuliflora?




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    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ Feb. 19 2005,6:50)]I experienced the same phenomenon with one of my primulifloras [Edit: should read, "P. prumuliflora", please see earlier note] - white->iris color.

    On a sad note, my 18 month pride and joy is dying, surrounded by her babies. What is the typical lifespan of a window sill primuliflora?
    I have not grown promuliflora [Edit: should read P. primuliflora]....but after reading about the plant a lot, the average lifespan is 2-4 years(it can be under 2 years in some cases too) But the plant makes lots of babies before it dies, which will grow rappidly.



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