Perennial plant, 13 cm in diameter. Green leaves sometimes slightly redish round or oboval in rosette. FLowering: 5/11, lonely white flowers.
Perennial plant, 2 cm in diameter. Spatulated leaves in rosette. Flowering: 4/11, mauve flowers.
Perennial plant, 3 cm to 5 cm in diameter. Green pinkish thick leaves in rosette. Flowering: 2/5, large enough lilac flowers.
Differing from P. elhersiae by its white flowers. Flowering: 3/5.
Perennial plant, 2,5 to 4 cm in diameter. Spatulated thick light green leaves in rosette. FLowering: 2/5, mauve pinkish flowers.
Perennial plant, more than 20 cm in diameter. Oboval light green leaves. Flowering: 5/9, lavender pubescent flowers..
Perennial plant, 4 cm in diameter. Green leaves, short and thick in winter, wide and oboval in summer. Flowering: 2/4, pale lilac flowers mauve veined.
Perennial plant, 8 cm to 10 cm in diameter. Oboval green leaves. Flowering: 5/11, pink veined flowers with wavy margins and white lines on the throat.
Obtaining of M Weiner in 1981. (Pinguicula ehlersiae x Pinguicula moranensis) Clone, 10 cm in diameter. Oboval very pale green leaves, wide in summer, thick and short in winter, in rosette. Flowering: winter and summer, numerous wide mauve flowers, the center is white scratched reminding a star.
obtaining of M. S.Lavayssière, nammed 'Bailly', unregistered name (Pinguicula 'Sethos' x Pinguicula rotundifolia). Clone, 10 cm in diameter. Oboval very light green leaves. Flowering: 5/10, baby pink flowers with some magnificient shade of purple, green and yellow throat.
This selection differs by its purple stained flowers.
DESCRIPTION A VENIR
Plant with oboval leaves more red stained than the typical form of P. agnata. Flowering: 2/5, white blue flowers.
Pinguicula gigantea f. alba x Pinguicula moctezumae Obtaining Stan Lampard. Horticultural hybride. Perennial plant, 10 cm in diameter. Green oblong to lanceolate leaves in rosette. Flowering: 3/11, pink flowers. Prolific flowerer.
Close to P. ehlersiae. Differing by the curved spur in medium position.
Differing from P. agnata by darker flowers.
Obtaining of Mr Weiner in 1981. (Pinguicula agnata x Pinguicula zecheri). Perennial plant, 20 cm in diameter during summer, smaller winter rosette. Oboval light green leaves. This cultivar is one of the easier to grow, ideal to begin with butterwort. Flowering: 5/10, pink flowers with white stripes at petal base and a with a green throat. A very prolific...