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Pinguicula "Hans"
Comments: Pinguicula “Hans” is not the real name for this plant; it is the cultivar P. 'Tina'. Unfortunately the name had faded on the label of the plant used to propagate all these Pings. All that was left was the name “Hans” on the reverse and so they called it “Hans”. Hans Luhrs, the Dutch Ping expert, was the original source of this plant and he told me this story. Vic Brown 6 Nov 03. Comments below are from Joseph Clemens.
updated: 2015-02-08
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http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v32/wouter9620/25%20december%2004/8b2030b0.jpg The flowers shown here actually appear to be the clone, P. 'Tina'.
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