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    Is it coincidence that my P. luscitanica flowers - and then promtly dies?

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    I think they are annuals, but I am not sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (dewy @ Aug. 25 2005,5:30)]I think they are annuals, but I am not sure.
    yes they are
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    They are annuals but I have had some going on 2 years now.
    They flower and flower and flower. Must have been coincidence.


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    I also have had plants live for more than a year, but it is not uncommon for many of them to die after an orgy of flowering. Fortunately, for me, P. lusitanica is the D. capensis of the Ping world and little volunteer seedlings pop up everywhere.

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    I have seedpods saved out and I wouldn't be surprised to see some seedling popping up.

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    Eh... P. lusitanica isn't nearly as easy to germinate as D. capensis. x.x; I know this from experience.
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    I must be the ony person who is completely unsuccessful with P. lustanica. The first year they grew well and produced seed before dying off. The resulting seedlings just never really grew and slowly died away so I now have none left. I wish they were as easy as capensis. So far they are the only pings I have not been able to grow for any length of time [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_h_32.gif[/img]

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