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  1. Tacks

    Pinguicula rotundiflora × hemiepiphytica (patrickntd $10)

    Up for auction is one small plantlet of Pinguicula rotundiflora × hemiepiphytica. A vigorous Mexican ping hybrid. You are bidding on the plant in the front left of the pot, which is about the size of a nickel. The plant will be shipped bare-root. Winner will pay $6 shipping, which can be...
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    Pinguicula 'Pirouette' (Bubba1960 $18)

    Up for auction is a small plantlet of Pinguicula 'Pirouette'. You can see the mature plant in the middle. This is an absolutely lovely and easy Mexican ping. You will receive one of the plantlets from the clump at right; if bidding exceeds $10 you'll receive 2. The plant will be shipped...
  3. Tacks

    Pinguicula esseriana (Monkey $11)

    Up for auction is a small plantlet of Pinguicula esseriana. This Mexican ping is about as hard as the rest of them (not very). When mature it has cute pink leaves with rolled up margins. You are bidding on one of the plantlets in this clump, which is about the size of a dime. If the bidding...
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    Pinguicula agnata x emarginata (charlie $7)

    You are bidding for one P. agnata x emarginata hybrid ping (the largest one in the 2.5in pot in the first pic below). I obtained this ping 3 years ago from a CP grower. Winner pays shipping (USPS priority $6) via paypal. U.S. address only. The plant will be shipped bare-rooted. Winner may...
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    How hard is it ti grow these mexican pings?

    I live in Southern California in a zone 8. Santa Clarita, CA to be exact. I was interested in a few ping species and hybrids to see if I would have any problem growing them outside alongside Sarrs, vfts, and hardy dews year round. I am typically looking for pings that are very hardy like the...
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    Are any of these mexican pings difficult to grow?

    I live in Southern California in a zone 8. Santa Clarita, CA to be exact. I was interested in a few ping species and hybrids to see if I would have any problem growing them outside alongside Sarrs, vfts, and hardy dews year round. I am typically looking for pings that are very hardy like the...
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    Ping strikes - How large do the need to be before you can safely mail out?

    I have a few ping leaves that have made new plantlets. What size to they need to be before you can mail one or two out and expect them to weather the trip? Thanks.
  8. Ras

    p. sp. guatemala 3100m care?

    like any other mexican ping? or does it not go dormant (its labeled tropical at cascade)
  9. jeff 2

    P.pumila

    Bonjour I am looking for some P.pumila seeds . I can swap with others ping . jeff
  10. Ras

    mexican ping experts come (water question)

    this is my water report, i don't think it has* changed much or my fish would show it (they are very sensitive and their colors usually change when there is a difference in the water quality ..or temperature) would this water be safe for mexican pings, or would it be better if it were diluted by...
  11. Axelrod12

    Anpa b

    I was just curious about ANPA B, there doesn't seem to be much info about it on the web. Just a few pictures and references to it existing on pinguicula.org, I don't see much mention of B on forums or any photos posted elsewhere. There's enough of A, C, and D but that's about all. Is this a...
  12. cwatson1414

    New mail order ping in mild distress

    I ordered a Pinguicula moctezumae in the mail. It's a little bit sad looking. I took a leaf that had roots attached from the P. moctezumae and stuck that pulling in my Aphrodites pot, and another leaf came loose during potting so I have back ups in WCS. I potted it up in peat and pumice with...
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    Ping problems

    Hey, has anyone maybe seen anything that could cause this? It was fine last week...
  14. DragonsEye

    Odd little flower on this ping

    First time I've seen one of them do this. Looks like it was preparing to lasso a bug.
  15. Cthulhu138

    Tuberous Drosera

    After speaking with several members here among other growers, I have realized that there are more misconceptions about successfully growing these plants than I had thought. I wrote the care sheet below last year for the NECPS members to use as a guide for their cultivation and I hope that it can...
  16. Axelrod12

    Ping ID, flowers included

    Ping #1 Flower #1 Ping #2 Flower #2
  17. Chicxulub

    Potting and growing questions when in native plant range

    Hello all I live in NE Florida where I have a bunch of native CPs already. I've collected some that are growing on my land as well as recently purchased a few Sarrs to round out my collection of native Florida species. I'm wanting to pot them up so I can have them in my back yard to enjoy...
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    Japanese Aldrovanda

    Back to my old standby. I was looking the other day and noticed some changes at the growth tips and thought maybe they would surprise me and flower. I think though they are just beginning to get ready to take their winters nap. Thickening up at the tips. Four pieces to go out, First come...
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    Nepenthes ampullaria green Cutting Giveaway for Postage

    I need to cut this one before winter sets in or it will completely overrun everything by spring so here is the deal. I will be cutting this Nep at the base of the plant were the soil line is. I have done this a few times and my potted Nep has always grown back, I have NEVER tried to root the...
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    Flowering ping ID?

    IMG_1913 by Dante1709, on Flickr I recently bought this Pinguicula at an orchid show ; I assumed it was moranensis but the vendor informed me that he did indeed own moranensis, and the particular plant being sold wasn't labeled as it. I'm curious to see what type of ping it is (Mexican...
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