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Old 4th January 2010, 05:36 AM
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Some pics of a couple pings.

gypsicola















gigantea









"Apasionada"





"Pirouette" that split 4 ways



moctezumae









moranensis var. roseii



moctezumae x Kohres flower with long spur





ehlersaie and gc "Weser"



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Old 4th January 2010, 07:34 AM
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OMG!!!! You make me itchy hand...
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Old 4th January 2010, 09:34 AM
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Those are really impressive pings you got there. Very healthy and beautiful. Wish I could grow them like that. Can we trouble u to write a cultivation guide for these speices? I would like to archive it for member's reference.

P. gypsicola is also my dream plant to grow but at the momment I think it will not grow in my conditions.
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NoOo why suddenly so many beautiful pings pop out?!Hey zero how the pings get coulour?need sun or shade?
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Old 4th January 2010, 06:30 PM
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http://www.pinguicula.org/ DAVID here it is the reference site it is not mine but from my friend , and in english

you have a lot of infos 'in situ' 'ex situ' taxonomy cultivation etc etc .

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Very beautiful and healthy plant
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Wow, that is a great collection of well grown plants. I hope someday I can have a nice Ping collection too!

Thanks for sharing the good pictures.
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OMG........the first one making me think that i never see pingula before.....look so cute and fragile....hope it can survive in Malaysia.....nice plant!!!!
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Pings need fluorescent light to color up well.
Mine get sunlight and 80W of 6500K fluorescent light in the evening.
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