mexican butterwort

  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula ehlersiae is a small rosetted species that comes from the states of San Luis Potosí and Hidalgo. A striking rosetted species with red leaves.  The flower of P. elhersiae varies greatly in color and even shape. This clone has a small pinkish-purple flower.  Your plant will be shipped bare root (unpotted), wrapped in moss.  You can purchase a pot and soil to be shipped with your plant here.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula jauvamensis x cyclosecta is an attractive new hybrid.  P. jauvamensis is synonymous with P. esseriana, representing a clone collected near the town of Jaumave, Tamaulipas, Mexico.  Your plant will be shipped bare root (unpotted), wrapped in moss.  You can purchase a pot and soil to be shipped with your plant here.
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula koehres (gypsicola x moranensis?) x gypsicola has long, rather wide summer leaves with dark leaf margins.  The flowers are an attractive dark purple with a large white patch in the center of the bottom lip.  It has a dormant period where it produces small non carnivorous leaves
  • Sold By: Carnivore Culture
    Pinguicula esseriana is a tropical species that produces a tight cluster of  small leaves and never gets very large.  P. esseriana produces non-carnivorous "succulent like" leaves during the winter.  In nature, P. eeseriana grows in semi-arid steppes and has a broad range, extending through several states of Mexico.
  • Sold By: Laurelin Rian Art
    This is a high quality UV/Scratch/Water resistant sticker, great for laptops, water bottles, field notebooks or anything else you'd like to stick them on (even your car)! This sticker features a Butterwort (Pinguicula moranensis), a carnivorous plant native to Central America. These fascinating plants have a velvety coating of sticky, digestive secretions coating their summer leaves. However, unlike other carnivorous plants, they give up their sticky traps in the winter, producing thicker, succulent style leaves instead!

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