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P. laueana

dvg

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Some clones of this species can be quite reluctant to flower.

Fortunately, this P. laueana clone is always ready to go...succulent leaves in place or whatever, it doesn't care...when it's time, it's go time baby! :cool:

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JMatt

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Still going strong flowering.
Looks like there might even be more just starting at the base.
Lots of little flying critters appeared in my tank. This ping took care of them but good!
JMatt

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thez_yo

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jmatt: that's gorgeous! I like the drosera to the left too... are those in flower as well? I want to see *all* your blooms :p
 

JMatt

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You must be talking about my D. menziesii?
That was in flower, I will check to see if more are coming.
They were a light purple.
JMatt
 
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This is one of my favorite Pinguicula so far. The leaves turn a nice color under bright light.
The base of a pedicel here:
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Stigma:
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I recently pollinated a flower with P. potosiensis pollen, i hope the seeds are viable!
 
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