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Pinguicula 'Johanna'

Cultivar:¬†Pinguicula ‘Johanna’ C.Weinberger

Distribution: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:117 (2010)

Remark: need for parentage

Pinguicula Johanna

Equivalent word: =Pinguicula agnata Casper * Pinguicula debbertiana Speta and Fuchs

Originator: C.Weinberger, Bueren, DE

Nominant: C.Weinberger

Registrant: C.Weinberger, 21. 8. 2010

Horicultural remark: Registered 29. 12. 2010 {JS}

Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:117 (2010)

Derivation: after originator’s family member

Portrayal: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.39:117 (2010)

“The actual plant is heterophyllous, which in summer has around 25 round leaves (up to 4 cm) that cross-over to some extent, while in winter has around 40 leaves with a length of 2-3 cm. The measure of light on a south-bound windowsill is sufficient to shading the plant a pleasant orange-red. With helpless lighting, the leaves are green like in the guardians. Summer rosette is around 9 cm in breadth; winter rosette is more modest around 4-5 cm.

The bloom has two upper and three lower petals (which don’t cover) and has a complete size of around 2 cm. Blossoming is among March and May, during which 3-6 blossoms are commonly delivered. The tone is a light purple, exceptionally near Pinguicula debbertiana Speta and Fuchs, and gets hazier in the blossom. The throat rather is almost white and shows a venation like Pinguicula debbertiana Speta and Fuchs. Venation is solid in the bloom and turns out to be difficult to see on the external petal. Like Pinguicula agnata Casper, the half and half bloom has a solid pubescence, particularly on the lower petals, and where Pinguicula debbertiana Speta and Fuchs has its common “yellow brush”. The “brush” itself is feebly evolved with a white-yellow tone.”

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