P. acuminata

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P. acuminata

by Benurmanii » Wed Dec 06, 2017 6:25 am

Pics are a few weeks old by now but they look pretty similar now. Petioles are a little more present than normal since I received these in may, and did not burry the bulb, just set them on the pot, so the heart of the plant is closer to the surface than normal.
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Re: P. acuminata

by Sakaaaaa » Wed Dec 06, 2017 6:47 am

Looks so strange and amazing!
Can't wait to get my first ping, but there's a thing where I'm not at home for 2 weeks to care for it during acclimation, unfortunately.

Is it a mexican ping?
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Re: P. acuminata

by Benurmanii » Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:58 am

Sakaaaaa wrote:Looks so strange and amazing!
Can't wait to get my first ping, but there's a thing where I'm not at home for 2 weeks to care for it during acclimation, unfortunately.

Is it a mexican ping?


It is a Mexican Ping. Mexican Pinguicula are not the Pings I'm mainly interested in but this one certainly is special.

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Re: P. acuminata

by Sakaaaaa » Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:02 am

Benurmanii wrote:
Sakaaaaa wrote:Is it a mexican ping?


It is a Mexican Ping. Mexican Pinguicula are not the Pings I'm mainly interested in but this one certainly is special.

Yay! I can grow these (Well once I have some seeds of course) ;) !
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Re: P. acuminata

by jeff » Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:54 am

Bonjour

beautiful success.
there are not in dormancy ?
may be too much light, no, leaves start to pink ?
this is, often, a species from oak and pine tree forest (bosque pino-encino) in loamy soil always in shade place ,often find with P.moranensis

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Re: P. acuminata

by Hungry Plants » Wed Dec 06, 2017 12:05 pm

Vary cool Ping

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Re: P. acuminata

by Benurmanii » Wed Dec 06, 2017 5:43 pm

Many of my Pinguicula are a bit late to succulent stage, even ones on the drier side. I have not noticed stronf light to bother this species, unlike other shade-growing species, like P. rotundifolia.


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