Pinguicula moranensis

Clarke Brunt (
Thu, 8 Dec 1994 08:20:47 +0000

I have a Ping that I assume is moranensis or closely related. Grown
on the windowsill in my house (minimum temperature 55F/13C) it hardly
bothers with a Winter rosette at all. Maybe around February or March
it shows some signs of doing it, but the new Summer leaves grow
straight away. I think this is an excellent plant to grow - very
attractive flowers for most of the year, and easily propagated by
dividing into single rosettes just as Summer growth is starting.
The root growth is almost non-existent and I don't observe any
setback at all when they are divided.

And how about a bit less quotation of others' messages - we have all
seen them already.

Clarke Brunt (