Japanese Pinguicula!


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Pinguicula macroceras

Hayade River 400m, Gosen, Nigata, Japan

Japanese name:ムシトリスミレ, 虫取り菫

Typically, Pinguicula of Japan is glowing at higher elevations.But this population is resistant to heat and easy to cultivate because it habitat is lowland.

Can I use correct English?

I'll absolutely wrong.....( ・᷄ ︵・᷅ )

 

 

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I grow it too at home in France and it is the first all all my temperate Pinguicula to break winter rest.

Mine is supposed to come from this location : Sugi river in the Hayade valley area in Muramatsu-mach Niigata-Pref., Japan

http://www.omnisterra.com/botany/cp/pictures/pinguicu/0050.htm

Unfortunately, I never get seeds by selfed pollination and grow only one clone

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On 4/4/2019 at 9:35 PM, epbb said:

I grow it too at home in France and it is the first all all my temperate Pinguicula to break winter rest.

Mine is supposed to come from this location : Sugi river in the Hayade valley area in Muramatsu-mach Niigata-Pref., Japan

http://www.omnisterra.com/botany/cp/pictures/pinguicu/0050.htm

Unfortunately, I never get seeds by selfed pollination and grow only one clone

20190330_114558[1].jpg

It is very beautiful flower!

Muramatsu-machi merged with Gosen city in 2006.

There is a famous habitat in Japan.

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