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Thread: Propagating Pinguicula 'Sethos'

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    It seems to be a "secret" for some reason, but pings grow really well under a pair of cool white bulbs. Better than any other cp , at least as far as I have noticed.
    What size Sterilite containers are those?
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    Overall how long did it take you to propagate? How many leaf cuttings did you take? How many plants did you originally start off with?

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    The Griffin > This is the Sterilite container I used in this instance:





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    ALLOSAURZ > Several years ago I started with one I received by trade. I kept it in a ziploc bag with a little LFS in the bottom (no pot), clothes-pinned to a fluorescent fixture for about 18 months. When it was blooming I opened the top of the bag so the flower could open freely. Then as I potted this lone plant I removed most of its older leaves, about 15. I kept those in a ziploc bag with a little slightly moist LFS. After small plantlets had formed, I removed them, planted them together in a community pot and then returned the leaves to the ziploc to form more plants. This was my first practice at propapgating Pinguicula 'Sethos'.

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    These trays of individually potted plants were transplanted from this community tray about 4 weeks ago:






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    Here is a close-up of one of the three trays shown earlier in this thread. The photo was taken using flash lighting:

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    I should do that. Oh well I will continue to use "winter leaves"

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    I generally get almost zero "winter leaves" under my growing conditions, so waiting for them before I propagate, would, essentially, leave me nothing to propagate.

    I find that leaves from small to medium size plantlets are, at least, "just as good". This way, the more I propagate, the more I have to propagate more with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (The Griffin @ Mar. 09 2005,9:43)]It seems to be a "secret" for some reason, but pings grow really well under a pair of cool white bulbs. Better than any other cp , at least as far as I have noticed.
    What size Sterilite containers are those?
    Very nice, Joe.
    Cheers,

    Joe
    I certainly noticed that my P. primuliflora have been doing EXTREMELY well since I built my indoor greenhouse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (SarraceniaScott @ Mar. 14 2005,10:17)]I certainly noticed that my P. primuliflora have been doing EXTREMELY well since I built my indoor greenhouse.
    but they are weird......one minute they are dead the next they are growing like mad
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