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Old 12th March 2009, 04:33 PM
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Default Pinguicula flowering

I was told this ping is a x Sethos. Hope someone can confirm what it is now that it's flowering.

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So nobody knows what ping is this? Too bad.
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Yep it is sethos. Mind you I supect it is actually a moranensis form. It is very easy to cross pollinate.
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Thanks for confirming. Now waiting for my other NOID ping to flower.
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X 'Sethos' is not a moranensis form but a hybrid between ehlersae and moranensis .

for leaves cutting all the hybrid are also ideal

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Hope you don't mind but can someone tell me how to pollinate them?
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Old 7th August 2009, 06:52 PM
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see here

http://www.pinguicula.org/A_world_of...Pinguicula.htm

x 'Sethos' is an hybrid and often the hybrids do not give seeds except in a rares conditions , perhaps x'Sethos' is an exception I hope for you

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