Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1999 13:51:07 -0700 From: Steve Hinkson <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg2753$foo@default> Subject: How to get Ping. x 'Wesser' to flower?
Usually, failure to flower in a healthy plant is due to insufficient
light. Try some direct sun (if you can find it in the UK ! *wink*)
Just as your other response in "digest 1898", mine flower most of the
year. But I live in the desert, and there are VERY few cloudy days. My
cp's get full sun (except Nepenthes).
Hope I helped...
Just wondering if anyone could give me a bit of insight in how to
get Pinguicula x 'Wesser' to flower?
I can seem to grow pretty much any CP but I am a complete duffer
when it comes to Pings - I just can't seem to keep them alive!
At the moment I only have one P.x'Wesser' and, so far, it seems
healthy but will not flower. It is in a bright but shaded area with
a clear propagator over it in my bathroom. I don't leave it
standing in water, I just add some overnight about once a week and
remove the remainder in the morning. The compost remains damp but I
never have it waterlogged.
At the moment it is producing nice healthy leaves regularly but so
far no flower.
Andrew Bate Worcester, UK
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