My pinguicula collection.


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Hi friends, I thought I'd share my pinguicula collection on different thread so I can show there progression. Two pinguicula tina, and one pingulicula grandiflora. I'll add more pics as time goes on. Also can anyone tell me what's up with the ping, grandiflora. It's not doing anything??

 

 

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Hi Phil, they look really good, I expect there will be more additions before too long.  Don't worry about the grandiflora it will be going dormant soon.  I could be wrong but it looks like the hibernacula is already forming in the centre.

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9 minutes ago, Gaz said:

Hi Phil, they look really good, I expect there will be more additions before too long.  Don't worry about the grandiflora it will be going dormant soon.  I could be wrong but it looks like the hibernacula is already forming in the centre.

Gaz isn't wrong for me... I also think Your p. Grandiflora has started to make the hibernaculum... it will not produce new leaves and the ones that You see now will dye... it is all ok, don't worry:biggrin:

pinguiculas xtina are healty and nice

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Gaz isn't wrong for me... I also think Your p. Grandiflora has started to make the hibernaculum... it will not produce new leaves and the ones that You see now will dye... it is all ok, don't worry[emoji3]
pinguiculas xtina are healty and nice
Nice one guys thanks really appreciate you help. My tina have got new flowers coming up [emoji3]

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grandiflora does need a cold rest period,to help it flower.If its too warm over winter it will eventually die.   they can stand being frozen solid outside.it will do it good and won't kill it

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Nice healthy looking plants there Phil.

I have plants in winter rest some coming out of winter rest and one flowering. Lol

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