I believe I understand that bigger is not necessarily better as pertains to leaf size in some species in that it would appear some Pings have developed growth habits that are adaptive to better insure their survival. Correct me if I am off base on this however, pink leaves on both tropical Homophyllous and Heterophyllous Pinguicula would be a sign the grower has met the optimal light requirements of the plant? Therefore, if a Mexican ping from the lower elevation ranges of that region does not have tinges of pink... it is not getting enough light? *
Is there a list out there somewhere that provides the native range of tropical Pings? *
I would also like to know more about "moving air" and what constitutes same or rather what would be deemed acceptable movement. Exactly how does one create moving air aside from adding an osciallting fan? Is routine human activity in a room throughout the course of the day sufficient? *There are people growing Pings in terrariums who appear to be enjoying success. *Surely that environment would be stagnating, wouldn't it?
Does any one happen to have any photos of rosy pink Ping leaves that they would be in a position to share with me?