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By madrone
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Agnicola is mine - and I seriously have to stop myself from trying to pet it! Zoom for full effect.

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Show me your fuzziest sleeping pinguicula!
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By evenwind
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Some fuzz, not a lot.

Ping laueana:
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evenwind wrote: Mon Feb 22, 2021 12:04 am Ping laueana:
Ooh, I'll have to go look at my laueana - I don't think of it as particularly fuzzy, but yours appears to be. Also, I need to consider more winter light because mine is green-green-green.
Apollyon wrote:Awesome plant!
Thanks - I somehow just realized I've never taken any shots of this one in its carnivorous phase. Will have to fix that oversight in the coming growing season.
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Not fuzzy, but very greasy with it's very first flower being shy. Emarginata x Juamavensis.
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ChefDean wrote:Not fuzzy, but very greasy with it's very first flower being shy. Emarginata x Juamavensis.
Share the flower when it opens!! (please) I have the reverse cross plant, and am curious to see the differences.
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madrone wrote: Sat Feb 27, 2021 8:22 pm
ChefDean wrote:Not fuzzy, but very greasy with it's very first flower being shy. Emarginata x Juamavensis.
Share the flower when it opens!! (please) I have the reverse cross plant, and am curious to see the differences.
It just opened overnight.
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ChefDean wrote:It just opened overnight.
Very nice! The coloration seems more pronounced on yours. Here's the reverse cross from last summer - the veining is a little more apparent when the lighting isn't quite as bright as this photo. But I like that little yellow splotch that both hybrids have!

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