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    Just bought a few new Pinguicula and was looking for info on these 4. Can't say that I have read or seen anything about them. Pictures of any would be nice, growing tips... etc.

    P. kondoi
    P. "Aphrodite"
    P. "l'hautil"
    P. "Koehres"
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    Thanx BobZ
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    P. 'Aphrodite' is the only one i have grown. its an extreamly easy hybrid to grow and flower, very undemanding



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    Bah. None of my pings have flowered yet. Well the Pinguicula lusitanica did, but it's so small it doesn't count...

    Think I am going to move them to a sunnier location. They get full sun till about 11:30-12:00 'ish' Then it's bright shade untill 18:00. Then it's full shade untill sunset. My yard has so many trees it might be hard to find a better spot.
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    I have P. "kondoi" (P. recticulata) but its a still a baby. Its interesting though...blood red and hairy. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    There's a book called, "A World Of Pinguicula". I think EPPB is its author.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ June 28 2005,12:41)]There's a book called, "A World Of Pinguicula". I think EPPB is its author.
    Better than that, there is a Web site:
    http://www.pinguicula.org/

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