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Carnivorous Plants: p. Moranensis in winter leaf

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tommyr2006
Poughkeepsie, NY

January 31, 2010
12:04 AM

Post #7513469

p. Moranensis in winter leaf

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newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

January 31, 2010
1:20 AM

Post #7513737

How hard are the pings to grow? I would like to try one and am wondering which is easiest?
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tommyr2006
Poughkeepsie, NY

January 31, 2010
2:45 AM

Post #7514004

Try a Moranensis like mine. They seem easy. Any tropical Ping should do fine for you I think. Google Tropical pings.
starsplitter7
Tampa, FL
(Zone 9b)

September 19, 2010
6:16 PM

Post #8108509

I do better with the tropical pings. I grow them on the window sill with a light hanging over them. Wouldn't need a light, if any windows in my house allowed light in.

It took me years to get the right species to be able to grow them. I agree Moranensis are the easiest and there's a bunch to choose from. I tried my natives and they die the fastest. :)

I never saw this message originally. What a beautiful plant.

I just got a P. "Tehuacan", which is beautiful with a tinge of pink. Really lovely. I hope to keep it alive. I also got a P. rotundiflora, which is tiny and pretty. I got them both from cobraplants.com Really lovely plants. They arrived on Thursday.

breeindy

breeindy
north coast nsw
Australia

September 23, 2010
2:15 PM

Post #8116912

Heres my pinny, it sits on the ground in my orchid greenhouse in a tray of water and gravel (raising humidity as it evaporates). Not sure which it is but it has flowered once and produced one baby i removed and gave to a friend.

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starsplitter7
Tampa, FL
(Zone 9b)

September 23, 2010
5:30 PM

Post #8117211

That is a beautiful plant. I hope to get pictures of my plants to post in the near future. I got a couple nice ones recently.
tommyr2006
Poughkeepsie, NY

September 23, 2010
6:07 PM

Post #8117274

Kind of looks like a Moranensis. Here's a recent one of mine:

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newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

September 24, 2010
3:32 AM

Post #8117833

I envy anyone who has a green house. My dream is to set up an area with a lot of grow lights and shelves in my dining room area.
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tommyr2006
Poughkeepsie, NY

September 24, 2010
3:45 AM

Post #8117839

I wish I had a greenhouse...
starsplitter7
Tampa, FL
(Zone 9b)

September 24, 2010
6:17 AM

Post #8117986

Me too. If I had a greenhouse, I could keep more Nepenthes.

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