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    Same goes for all SE US carnivores afaik Sent...

    Same goes for all SE US carnivores afaik

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    From a grower in south florida (high forties were...

    From a grower in south florida (high forties were the lowest lows we got, and that was maybe for a week in total), the plants do not need a cold dormancy
    However, they do go dormant
    Doesn't matter...
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    Poll: U. pubescens...

    U. pubescens https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180716/305d3f5db192f9a8003c65c0692d3655.jpg

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    Poll: Freshly popped N. truncata...

    Freshly popped N. truncata pitcherhttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180716/d9ee241f34b6060f6d95416e50246de2.jpg

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    I would think about doing it now if the peat that...

    I would think about doing it now if the peat that it is sitting in is more than a year old, even if it isn't, I would still consider it

    When you repot it, I'd suggest half perlite half peat as a...
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    Yeah, that's more than fine In the wild plenty...

    Yeah, that's more than fine
    In the wild plenty of the plants get full sun all day long without trees to block the Florida, Alabama, Mississippi etc sun

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    No, I don't worry much about the ph at all I'd...

    No, I don't worry much about the ph at all
    I'd worry far more about whether or not the roots are getting enough aeration
    If they don't get enough oxygen in the pure peat (which is likely to be the...
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    Are you sure it's not Sphagnum peat moss? Usually...

    Are you sure it's not Sphagnum peat moss? Usually when growing carnivorous plants, we use Sphagnum peat moss (looks like soil) or dried Sphagnum (looks like dried yellow moss) , if you're not using...
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    It shouldn't need shade if it is kept moist How...

    It shouldn't need shade if it is kept moist
    How old is the media /what does the media consist of?
    If you can smell the bottom of the pot, does it smell earthy or sour?

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    No idea honestly, the only pinguicula I've gotten...

    No idea honestly, the only pinguicula I've gotten from seed is P. lusitanica and that's a bad one to guage the time to maturity since it's an annual /semi-annual

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    I didn't have anything else handy when I got it...

    I didn't have anything else handy when I got it so it has been growing in a 1:1:1 mix of peat perlite and coarse sand [emoji28]

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  12. Take a magnifying glass and look to see if you...

    Take a magnifying glass and look to see if you have any bugs like mites

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    I'm going to try to do just that eventually but...

    I'm going to try to do just that eventually but I'm not sure how often it divides so it might just be all from leaf pullings

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    I'm surprised it isn't more commonly grown, it's...

    I'm surprised it isn't more commonly grown, it's a cute, hairy, and charismatic little Ping haha

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    It is! It's a Mexican species Sent from my...

    It is! It's a Mexican species

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    Pinguicula immaculata

    I wanted to post a quick picture of this cute little species. Not very commonly grown in the U.S.

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170830/3c9bcfc0bbb613b033bfefeb0e0b211c.jpg...
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    Where did you purchase it from (if from ebay...

    Where did you purchase it from (if from ebay which seller?)

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    I believe N. Mata Hari is infertile unfortunately...

    I believe N. Mata Hari is infertile unfortunately although it definitely likes to flower

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    Lol i hadn't seen one in a few years before this...

    Lol i hadn't seen one in a few years before this one
    They're common but since they live underground, we never see them
    Try looking before it rains

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    But they're so cute! Lol Sent from my SM-G930P...

    But they're so cute! Lol

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    While not in a greenhouse, this little one...

    While not in a greenhouse, this little one somehow found its way into my...
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    Definitely interesting, post another picture when...

    Definitely interesting, post another picture when possible please

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  23. Thread: Flowering Ping

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    Gotcha, I just read it on the first page of the...

    Gotcha, I just read it on the first page of the thread
    Do you feed them otherwise?
    That's fine, was just curious, I've been asking around for future reference to see which would be most...
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    How do you apply maxsea to your pings? Spray?...

    How do you apply maxsea to your pings? Spray? Drop?
    Also how do you germinate the seeds?

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    I've seen them in different parts of Miami either...

    I've seen them in different parts of Miami either while digging or while flipping over some rocks

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