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It is realy beautiful!!

Pinguicula macroceras 

from Akaishi mountain range, Japan

 

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Lovely flowers and plants

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Looking very nice and what a lovely blue colour!  What is the difference between the original deep blue flowered plant and the secondary much paler blue flowered plant?  Just a different clone?

Kind regards,  Rob

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Bonjour

very very nice flower

these 2 form are from the same area ?

jeff

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23 hours ago, RobH said:

Looking very nice and what a lovely blue colour!  What is the difference between the original deep blue flowered plant and the secondary much paler blue flowered plant?  Just a different clone?

Kind regards,  Rob

 

5 hours ago, jeff 1 said:

Bonjour

very very nice flower

these 2 form are from the same area ?

jeff

Thanks.

These 2 form came from the same habitat! I heared that they were growing on steep srope where people can not enter.

I think that the color difference of those flower is within the range of individual differences.

 

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Bonjour

these 2 colors are really beautiful:wub:

these colors are perennial of one year on the others ?
have you tried a sowing of 2 to see if the coulour are reproducible ?

jeff

 

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On 5/15/2019 at 4:06 PM, jeff 1 said:

Bonjour

these 2 colors are really beautiful:wub:

these colors are perennial of one year on the others ?
have you tried a sowing of 2 to see if the coulour are reproducible ?

jeff

 

I don't know because these flower bloomed for first time this year.

I'll try self pollinate and sowing!

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