Synonym: Utricularia montana. Small perennial epiphytic stoloniferous plant. 15 cm oared and very sharp light green leaves. Flowering: 6/9, magnificient cream white flowers with a yellow palate.
Perennial epiphytic stoloniferous plant. Dark green rhombohedroical leaves. The traps are 5 mm in diameter. Flowering: 3/8, large and magnificient purple flowers. One of the most beautifull flowers among the genus !
Perennial epiphytic stoloniferous plant. Large enough eliptic green leaves, 5 cm to 20 cm long. Flowering: 4/6, large mauve flowers with a yellow orange palate.
Perennial epiphytic stoloniferous plant. Heart-shaped leaves, 3 cm in diameter. Flowering: 2/8, small white and mauve flowers, yellow orange stripped palate.
Perennial peiphytic stoloniferous plant. Heart-shaped light green leaves, 10 cm in diameter. Red petioles, 20 cm to 30 cm tall. Flowering: 3/5, very nice pale purple wide flowers.
Obtaining de Mr Barry Rice. U. reniformis cultivar, differing by its smaller leaves, 2 cm to 3 cm in diameter, these leaves are smaller than those of the cultivar U. reniformis 'Big Sister'. Petiole 5 cm tall. Flowering: 5/8.
Perennial epiphytic or aquatic stoloniferous plants. Green cordiform leaves, 2 cm in diameter. Flowering: 10/11, white flowers, palate hemmed by two yellow joining stripes.
Obtaining of M Wyman in 2006. Cultivar of Utricularia alpina differing by larger leaves which can reach 45 cm. The larger flowers are alse caracterised by a most marked yellow spot.
Obtaining of Mr Studnicka in 2000. (Utricularia quelchii x Utricularia praetermissa) This cultivar displays large oboval green leaves hanged by a petiole. This high flowring hybrid differs from the parents by its flowers nicely mauve colored with a bright yellow macula on the palate. Flowering: 4/6.
Obtaining of Mr Thomas Carrow. Horticultural hybrid (Utricularia alpina x Utricularia humboldtii). Perenial epiphytic plants. Green leaves close to U. alpina. Flowering: 5/7, marvellous deep purple with white palate and 2 yellow stripes