BIZARRE GALLERY (page 2)

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Sometimes our plants want to amaze us and adopt a so uncommon look...

 

If you have this kind of pictures and would like to share it with all of us, send an email to epbb@club-internet.fr

 

 

It is not Pinguicula ramosa in culture but a strange twin scapes on Pinguicula longifolia subsp. reichenbachiana.

 

Photo : Eric Partrat

- May 2003 - 

This is a variegated Pinguicula ionantha. This plant
stayed this way for over three years. I lost it when I
went on vacation. This taught me the valuable lesson
to share my plants with others so they won't be lost
permanently.

Photo : Ed. Read

Ed's World

This is of a double flowered P. laueana.

Photo : Ed. Read

Ed's World

Here is a picture of a flower someone described as 'spread
eagle.' It was from a hybrid of P.agnata 'CSUF' x P.
moranensis
'Pachuca'. Unfortunately the rest of the
flowers were normal.

Photo : Ed. Read

Ed's World

A strange-looking flower with multiple/divided lobes on a P. moranensis 'Molango'. None of the other flowers on the plant show this feature.

 

Photo : Vic Brown

- June 2003 - 

 Double heart shaped lobes on Pinguicula longifolia subsp. longifolia in habitat. 

It was in June so too late for Valentine's day ! 

 

Photo : Eric Partrat

- May/June 2003 - 

A pink flowered form of Pinguicula grandiflora subsp. grandiflora ?. It was the single plant among normally coloured population and it was not in Jura but in Pyrenees !. Loyd Wix found also a pink flowered Pinguicula grandiflora in La Baladosa, Andorra. If you want to see the site, follow this link

 

Photo : Eric Partrat

- May/June 2003 -  

Twins flowers of Pinguicula longifolia subsp. caussensis on one scape. Photo in nature from Gorge du Tarn.

 

Photo : Eric Partrat

- April 2003 -  

 

Twins flowers of Pinguicula longifolia subsp. caussensis on one scape. Photo in nature from Gorge du Tarn.

 

Photo : Eric Partrat

- April 2003 -  

Twins pods of Pinguicula longifolia subsp. caussensis. I had the opportunity to go back there and confirm my feeling.

 

Photo : Eric Partrat

- May/June 2003 -