A popular and beautiful windowsill carnivorous house plant. Pinguicula agnata does a great job catching fruit flies and midges while brightening your day with its cheerful purple/blue flowers.
Native to Mexico where it occupies a relatively wide distribution within the Sierra Madre Oriental mountain range. This species grows in hot semi-arid areas that experience dry cooler winters and wetter, hot and humid summers. In response this species produces two different kind of leaves depending on the season, succulent non-carnivorous leaves during the dry winter and larger glandular carnivorous leaves during the wet summer.
We recommend keeping P. agnata very dry during the winter to mimic its natural habit and prevent rot issues.
Single growth point plants currently in their winter dry dormancy for sale. See 2nd pic for an example of plants for sale.