- Sun Mar 18, 2018 10:35 pm
Hello everyone. I recently divided a couple Pinguicula from my collection. Pinguicula moranensis and Pinguicula emarginata. Both were flowering, P. emarginata quite vigorously. They were both also creating quite a few new rosettes so I figured I should split them up before they start choking one another out. I only expected to get a few new plants but I got MUCH more than I anticipated. One emarginata yielded 9 plants and the moranensis 16! All are acclimated to their new pots and most of the emarginata are still flowering however the moranensis has yet to put up new stalks. Some of each plant are growing on an open shelf under lights, some on a windowsill and the rest back in the enclosure. I really don't need so many of these guys. I wanted to give everyone here a chance at them before resorting to eBay. I know these are pretty common, but these particular divisions are much larger than the original ones I purchased so they should be great for beginners. Like me! haha! Anyhow, here's the plants. I would prefer to trade, but open to purchases as well. I have no idea what to ask, so just make an offer and I'm sure we can work something out.
Sorry, I do not have a picture of all the P. emarginata all potted up together. All the plants are potted in a bit of orchid bark at the bottom for drainage and topped with an all mineral mix developed specifically for Pinguicula by Ron West at Cascade Carnivores. It's a pretty loose mix so I imagine any shipping will be done bare root, roots wrapped in damp LFS along with it's pot and mix if you like or without if you have a mix you prefer. Let me know if you have any questions. Any offer will be considered I'm sure.
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