BUTTERWORT (Mexican): Pinguicula Agnata loc El lobo for sale | Buy carnivorous plants and seeds online @ South Africa's leading online plant nursery, Cultivo Carnivores
BUTTERWORT (Mexican):  Pinguicula Agnata loc El lobo for sale | Buy carnivorous plants and seeds online @ South Africa's leading online plant nursery, Cultivo Carnivores

MEXICAN BUTTERWORT ๐ŸŒŸ Pinguicula Agnata f. Red leaf loc El lobo, Mexico * Best Carnivorous Plants, CZ ๐Ÿ“ 4-6cm

R580.00

Large variety with round leaves and white flowers - Ships Bareroot

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Description

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DESCRIPTION

  • BCP ID# P269, P542, 2043, 2210
  • Large variety mexican butterwort species with location data. Produces small white and purple flowers and rounded leaves with a tinge of red on the edges if grown in bright light
  • Note that butterworts have very shallow roots and are therefor sent bareroot, packed and protected to minimise damage

ย PLANT CARE

  • Grow butterworts in partial sun or very bright filtered light and keep the soil only damp to the touch, year round
  • Great for beginners, mexican butterworts are easy to grow and fantastic candidates for a sunny windowsill or protected area outdoors with moderate to bright light
  • To prevent rot, pinguicula prefers a loose, open soil with a good balance between water retention and drainage.ย  We use our Butterwort PROmix for all our mexican butterworts, with excellent results

Winter dormancy

  • During the autumn and winter months, butterworts die back significantly to a tight rosette with tiny non-carnivorous leaves, making them appear much smaller than listed
  • Larger growth (sizes as indicated) in the form of new summer leaves are expected during summer
  • Should you be unfamiliar with this plant species, head over to our FAQ section for more information on what to expect when ordering from us during the colder months >>ย Temperate plants and winter dormancy:ย  What to expect