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    Pinguicula gypsicola

    I do like the way this little Pinguicula pretends to be a Drosera at this time of year.

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/7-...EHrOLX8A=w2400
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    Yeah, the long-leafed pinguicula are very cool. They almost look a bit like an octopus with the way their leaves arch up.

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    Do you grow those in your greenhouse all year long or do you have some other set up?

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    This one is year long in the greenhouse
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    Very nice, Fred! Have yet to try that one. Tis amazing just how dewy that one is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredg View Post
    I do like the way this little Pinguicula pretends to be a Drosera at this time of year.

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/7-...EHrOLX8A=w2400
    Very cool, where do you find seeds for stuff like that?

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    Mexican pinguicula are rarely propagated by seed. You'd have more luck finding someone who would send you leaf pullings. For Mexican pinguicula leaf cuttings are the fastest and more reliable way to get more plants.

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    ...and for some reason, my oldest plants are going dormant...

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