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A number of my Pinguicula are in Winter growth now. It's exciting to see them change.

P. macrophylla
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P. 'Titan'
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I think this ones going. Photoperiod is short and soil is dry. Leaves are getting smaller.

P. gigantea
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About to flower!


P. gigantea (Thanks kulamauiman)
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I'm pretty sure the P. gigantea are entering winter growth. They get a little more upright.

P. Laueana
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P. 'Aphrodite' back. P. agnata, front. (Thanks kulamauiman!)
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I lost the 'Aphrodite' mother plant. Sunburn. I'm glad to have that plant started from a pulling. That clone of agnata turns a delightful purple in good light. It also has distinct "drool edges."

Just for fun, those two shortly after the trip from Northeast to the Northwest. Circa two months ago
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