carnivorous plant

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    Nick-named "Burbville" in-house, this genetically interesting cross between N. burbidgeae and N. villosa would be for serious growers only as both parents prefer highland-like (humid with cooler temps) conditions; meaning this hybrid would be no different. With N. burbidgeae as the mother in this cross, one would hope to see that pale yellow base color with contrasting, dark red splatter as these pitchers mature. Similarly with N. villosa as the father, it's expected to see a toothier peristome. We would consider this an advanced level plant.   *N. burbidgeae parent picture found off a Google search, N. villosa parent picture credit to Chien Lee*
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    Nick-named "Miraville" in-house, this genetically interesting cross between N. mira and N. villosa would be for serious growers only as both parents prefer highland-like (humid with cooler temps) conditions; meaning this hybrid would be no different. With N. mira as the mother in this cross, vibrant warm coloring would be expected for the body. Similarly with N. villosa as the father, it's expected to see a toothier peristome. With both parent plants having a rounder pitcher shape, it's safe to say that this hybrid will as well. We would consider this an advanced level plant. *N. mira parent picture found off a Google search, N. villosa parent picture credit to Chien Lee*
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    Nick-named "Truncville" in-house, this genetically interesting cross between N. truncata and N. villosa would thrive in intermediate conditions; generally speaking of mid-range temperatures with higher humidity. Note that with N. villosa in the genetics the plant would appreciate a nighttime temperature drop. With N. truncata as the mother in this cross, we would expect to see a longer pitcher body that mostly stays a solid color but with speckling inside the pitcher. With N. villosa as the father, the toothiness of this parent may lend to some "ribbed" peristomes as a happy median with the smoother peristome of N. truncata. We would consider this an advanced level plant. *N. truncata parent picture found off a Google search, N. villosa parent picture credit to Chien Lee*
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    Nick-named "Ventville" in-house, this genetically fun cross between N. ventricosa and N. villosa would thrive in intermediate conditions; generally speaking of mid-range temperatures with higher humidity. Note that with N. villosa in the genetics the plant would appreciate a nighttime temperature drop. With N. ventricosa as the mother in this cross, we would expect to see a more waisted pitcher body shape with some speckling. With N. villosa as the father, the peristome is sure to be toothy. We would consider this an advanced level plant. *N. ventricosa parent picture found off a Google search, N. villosa parent picture credit to Chien Lee*
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    NEW TO MARKET - This cute, seed grown cross #21039 boasts a full rosette of round leaves that take on the green-to-pink coloring of both parent plants. As the plant grows, it's easier to notice the "purple pits" between the leaves and may be slightly more on the slower growing side thanks to its parent p. 'Faulisi'. So far, we have not gotten a flower from them but expect it to be a larger flower with slight wave to its petals, somewhere between a deep pink to bright tangerine color. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.  
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    NEW TO MARKET - This cross #22067 turned out surprisingly light green! The shape of its leaves clearly takes after the parent, p. agnata 'True Blue', leaving a bit of the "purple pits" between the leaves from its other parent, p. 'Faulisi'. Though we have yet to see a flower from this cross, it's expected to be either light pink or a pinkish-purple. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    Cross #21066 is made from pinguicula rectifolia x agnata 'Red Leaf', producing flowers that have a dark stalk with a striking white-to-purple gradient on the petals, lined with dark purple veining reminiscent of galactic vapor trails seen in galaxies. The leaves are mostly green, full and round, with a hit of pink blushing at the edges. It is a fairly easy grower with apparent glands that give it a "sparkle" under high lights; a good bug trapper. The plant you will receive will be between 1.5”-2” in diameter. We would consider this a beginner-intermediate level plant.
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    This hybrid has a very classic look to its leaves, coloring up on the edges more with a slight curled lip. We have not had it flower for us yet, but expect the flower to be white, possibly with a purple throat like its parent p. rotundiflora. This cross has also been somewhat and easier grower, but water level should be watched carefully that it does not go too dry or stay wet for too long. The plant you will receive will be about 1.5" in diameter. We would consider this an intermediate level plant.
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    This cute hybrid has been a vigorous grower and seems to flower somewhat often with small, lilac-hued, narrow blooms. The shape of the leaves is somewhat pointed with a curled lip that colors up pinkish under high lights, and apparent "purple pit" between the leaves. The plant you will receive will be between 1.5"-2" in diameter. We would consider this a beginner-intermediate level plant.
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    Full and round, this cross is one to add to collection just for the fun shape of its leaves but also produces an oblong, almost neon purple flower. The plant itself has round leaves with coloring on the pinkish side under good light, and will turn a more lime green when in lower light. The plant you will receive will be between 1"-1.5" in diameter. We would consider this a beginner level plant. *flower image credit to Cascade Carnivores off a Google search.
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    NEW TO MARKET - Our cross #21005 produces a showy flower with apparent features of both parents plants - size and lobe shape from p. Sumidero II and the bright pink color with ruffles like p. 'Faulisi' - inspiring its in-house name "Big Flirt" and making it a fun one to add to the collection for variety and size. The plant you will receive will be between 1.5"-2" in diameter. We would consider this an intermediate level plant.
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    This interesting cross #22005 has not yet given us a flower, but we suspect it will turn out a bright pink like it's parent p. hemiepiphytica with swooping petals. So far, the seedlings have come out with a pretty pink hue to their leaves and a darker, curled margin like p. potosiensis 'Giant' and can have an aggressive dormancy. The plant you will receive will be between 1"-1.5" in diameter. We would consider this an intermediate level plant. *p. potosiensis flower credit to pinguicula.org off a Google search
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    Cute, small cross #20001; vigorous grower much like their parent p. seductora with a light green leaf, some with "purple pits" between them. This hybrid has not given us a flower yet, but is expected to be pink with apparent veining on the lobes. The plant you will receive will be between 1"-1.5" in diameter. We would consider this a beginner-intermediate level plant. *p. seductora flower picture credit to Curious Plant off a Google search
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    Self'd and seed-grown flower cross #22011 should present and grow much like its parent plant, with slight variations possible. Good drainage is needed. The flower is expected to turn out bright pink with veining and a light yellow or white colored throat. The plant you will receive will be between 1"-1.5" in diameter. We would consider this a beginner-intermediate level plant.
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    This species has earned the common name of “primrose butterwort” for the beautiful, overlapping, multi-lobed flower it produces similar in appearance to a rose. This amazing plant will also produce plantlets from the tips of established leaves, but needs warm temperate conditions to be happy. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The flower has a powdery blue-purple hue to it, paling out towards the edges, with   peek-a-boo “yellow pits” between petals. The foliage will be a rich yellow-green, low growing and triangular in shape. Pinguicula primuliflora “Rose” is a wetland loving ping from the Southern US, wanting wet and warm conditions to be happy.
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    This cross #22039 produces spindly plantlets keeping the bright green of the pinguicula rectifolia parent. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The leaves are thin, long, and bright green in color without seeming to blush up at all even under high light. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    This fun cross #22037 produces cute spindly plantlets. It is also the same cross as Bob Beer’s pinguicula “Pink Moon”. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The leaves are thin, long, and bright yellow-green in color without seeming to color up at all even under high light. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    This unique in-house cross #22023 (moctezumae x 'Faulisi') is new to the market, and has a “starfish” like appearance due to the shape of its leaves and the pinkish coloration. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The flower is large is large with flatter petals and a bright pink color, reminding us of a clown's trick flower and thus giving inspiration for the name. Unlike the reverse cross, the leaves have more of a ‘Faulisi’ presentation being wider with a noticeable indent line down the center. The color is very similar to the reverse, starting out a bright yellow-green that comes from pinguicula mocetzumae, and colors up a nice pink under high light while keeping its “purple pits” indicative of ‘Faulisi’ regardless. We would consider this to be an intermediate-advanced level plant.
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    This unique in-house cross #22022 is new to the market, and has a “starfish” like appearance due to the shape of its leaves and the pinkish coloration. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The leaves of this hybrid are elongated with rounded ends, starting out a bright yellow-green that comes from pinguicula mocetzumae, and colors up a nice pink under high light while keeping its “purple pits” indicative of ‘Faulisi’ regardless. We would consider this to be an intermediate-advanced level plant.
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    New to the market, this in-house cross #21060 produces cute little plants with round leaves. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The coloration of this cross is mostly a pale green, but with pinkish margins “purple pits” that come from the parent ‘Faulisi”. The leaves tend to show more defined coloration under high light. We would consider this to be an intermediate-advanced level plant.
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    This cross #21049, much like the reverse set, grows very round and compact, with coloration similar to that of its parents. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The leaves are mostly the typical pale green of pinguicula gigantea, with a hint of the pinguicula laueana red on its margins. The plant will blush more pink under high light, though some like to stay pale green anyway. We would consider this to be a beginner-intermediate level plant.
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    These seedlings from cross #21048 have grown to be very round, compact little plants, and shows coloration from both parents very apparently. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The leaves of this cross are very full and round, starting a fairly true pinguicula gigantea pale green and coloring up with a pink tinge much like pinguicula laueana in high light. We would consider this to be a beginner-intermediate level plant.
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    This cross #21038 really highlights the colors of both pinguicula lauenana parents. The seedlings have an array of color combinations; some much darker and some staying much lighter. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The leaves are mostly rounded, some being a little more oblong than others. The coloration tends to vary between a lighter pinky tone with purple-pink margins, to deep red coloration with “green pits”. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    This in-house cross #21018 presents like a pretty typical gypsicola, as would be expected. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. These seedlings have a pinkish tint to their tentacle-like leaves, staying a pale green towards the center, with fine white hairs. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    These seedlings, cross #21026, form tight rosettes in dormancy that are mostly a bright green, coloring up with a pink blush under high light. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    An amazing hybrid by Bob Beer, pinguicula “Big Purple Thing” is definitely a fan favorite because of the sheer length of the flower stalk alone. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. This cross featured a long-stalked, purple flower that’s on the larger side, with subtle venation and a white throat. On the leaves, there are noticeable hairs close to the center of the rosette and on the bottom part of the flower stalk leading into the plant. The foliage is a bright green with a fade into purple on ends. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    A Bob Beer hybrid we have come to fall in love with, pinguicula “Pink Moon” is a cross made between pinguicula moctezumae and colimensis. “Pink Moon” is named for the incredible round pink flowers the plant produces, some of the largest we have seen in our collection to rival Pinguicula 'Faulisi'! The plant you will receive will be between 2”-3” in diameter. This amazing hybrid’s flower is not only big and pink, but the rounded lobes overlap giving it that “full moon” shape, with a contrasting white and pale yellow throat. The leaves are very long, reflecting the pinguicula moctezumae in its genetics, and stay a bright yellow-green even under high light. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    A Bramble’s Botanicals-named hybrid of pinguicula agnata "Red Leaf" by pinguicula mesophytica #1, this has by far become one of our favorites for the leaf coloring alone! The plant you will receive will be between 2”-3” in diameter. The leaves of this hybrid sport a bright green center, that fades out into a contrasting dark pinky-red. Fine hairs are apparent and give it a sparkly “peach fuzz” appearance, hence the name. The flower is a light shade of purple that fades out into a darker hue, with a pale yellow throat. We would consider this an intermediate-advanced level plant.
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    This particular variety of pinguicula moranensis is found 25km outside of the town of San Cristobal de Las Casas in Oaxaca, Mexico. This plant produces almost pure white flowers, save for its yellow throat, and large neon yellow-green leaves that don’t color up much even under high light. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. During dormancy, pinguicula moranensis var. alba will have a tight, rich green rosette with small, slightly pointed leaves. When in active growth, the plant can get quite large with bigger, flatter carnivorous leaves. We would consider this to be a beginner-intermediate level plant.
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    This species originated from the Aramberri area in Nuevo León, discovered in the late 70’s but not formally described until the mid 80’s. In its growing state, it has adorable, soft-pink leaves with a slight wave to the shape; while its dormant form is a tight, green rosette. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The flower of p. rotundiflora has a full body shape to it; boasting rounded white lobes that overlap, noticeable hairs, and a purple throat. Looking closely, you may be able to see the light purple outline of the petals. We would consider this to be a beginner-intermediate level plant.
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    This classic hybrid is made up of pinguicula agnata and pinguicula (moranensis x ehlersiae) genetics, producing a beautifully ruffled and brightly colored plant. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-2” in diameter. Grown mostly for the leaves that resemble a tu-tu, it has a bright green coloring with a pink blush under high light and a wavy leaf pattern.  We would consider this a beginner level plant.
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    This hybrid was named “Improbable” because it is a supposed cross with pinguicula kondoi, which is thought to be sterile. The cross itself is pinguicula agnata "Red Leaf" by pinguicula kondoi. In addition, it has an interesting growing habit where it loves to clump and divides readily. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-2” in diameter. This cross sports a cute white, pale, purple veined flower with “purple pits” and yellow throat. The leaves are rounded, mostly a pale green, but colors up a nice blush-red under high light. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    Pinguicula “Scrump” is a currently unknown hybrid that made its way into our collection and has become a fun one to grow. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The hybrid boasts full, round leaves that stay a neon-chartreuse hue of green. The flower itself is a bright pink with large, rounded top lobes and swooping lower lobes. The name comes from the color scheme, reminding us of Lilo’s voodoo doll, Scrump, in the movie Lilo & Stitch. We would consider this to be a beginner level plant.
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    Pinguicula “Louise Belcher” is a currently unknown hybrid, named in-house for the green-to-pink color scheme and bunny-like shape of the flower; reminding us of that lovable and spicy kid from the Bob’s Burgers animated TV show. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. The plant itself has a clumping growth habit, with oblong leaves that stay a bright green towards the center while the ends color up a blush pink. The flower is a bright purple-pink with rounded, oblong lobes giving the flower a “bunny ear” like appearance with a white throat. We would consider this to be a beginner level plant.
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    A favorite among many collectors, pinguicula ehlersiae “Victoria” is a beautiful species with unique coloring. The plant grows with a small, compact rosette of pointed leaves that color up a bright pink under high light, while the outer margins stay a lighter tint. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter.  We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    This beautiful, unknown hybrid almost certainly contains pinguicula laueana and gigantea genetics. Named for the visual engineer and camera operator responsible for many of the absolutely incredible time lapse shots of plants and fungi in modern nature documentaries, including BBC’s “The Green Planet” with David Attenborough.  The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. Pinguicula “Chris R. Field” has large, tongue-like leaves that stay a pale green and color up with a pinkish tinge under high light. The flower itself is a bright pink with subtle venation, and a pale yellow throat with noticeable white hairs; the lobes are oblong with rounded ends, similar to the shape on that of pinguicula laueana. We would consider this to be a beginner-intermediate level plant.
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    This species comes from Hidalgo, municipality of El Chico, Las Ventanas, at an altitude of 3000m, and can be found under oaks and juniper with silty soil in the wild. In winter, pinguicula crassifolia has a small, tight rosette while in the summer it will produce more spoon-shaped carnivorous leaves. The plant you will receive will be between 1.5”-2” in diameter. The flower is a deep, hot pink color with a very fuzzy stalk that sometimes produces no spur - we have chalked this up to a mutation in the plant we have. It has no negative effects on the health of the plant. The leaves will be a rich lime green in winter, becoming lighter in summer and may blush around the margins under high light. We would consider this to be an intermediate level plant.
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    The origins of pinguicula “Jerry P.” are unknown, and seems to be a mystery around most forums. However, it is still a beautiful plant that propagates relatively easily by leaf pullings. The plant you will receive will be between 1.5”-2” in diameter. The leaves of the plant, when mature, are long and slender with a rounded end; giving the plant an almost chrysanthemum appearance with its shape. It colors up a soft, blush pink with the center staying more green even under high light.  We would consider this to be a beginner-intermediate level plant
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    A Bramble’s Botanical’s-named hybrid, pinguicula “Fairy Star'' is the cross of pinguicula moranensis 'Huahuapan' x pinguicula esseriana Clone A. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter.  The pointed shape of its leaves and the way they make up a beautiful, geometric-like pattern gave it the name. The leaves stay generally a bright green hue with a slight curl to the tips that give it that star-like pattern. The flower itself is a soft lilac color that features deeper purple venation from the center, and a pale yellow throat. We would consider this to be a beginner level plant.
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    Recently registered and featured in the International Carnivorous Plant Society’s September 2022 issue by Howard Bramble, pinguicula ‘Faulisi’ is definitely a collector’s plant. We recommend reading the article on the ICPS website for the story. The plant you will receive will be between 1”-1.5” in diameter. ‘Faulisi’ has by far one of the biggest pinguicula flowers, with a beautiful ruffle to its oversized, hot pink lobes and a contrasting white throat. It is also known to be a great breeder and gives a fair bit of pollen. The plant itself has a stunning rosette of flat, tongue-like leaves with a purple margin to its otherwise bright green foliage, that colors more intensely under high light. This plant typically likes a more mossy mixture in its soil, but will rot if waterlogged for long.  We would consider this to be an advanced level plant.
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    An in-house Brambles Botanicals hybrid, Pinguicula “Professor Plum” is cyclosecta x ‘Faulisi’ #3 (of 11.) We named this plant for its luscious, plum-purple flowers with subtle, darker venation and darkening, almost blue hues and slight ruffles toward the ends of the petals. The spur is also purple while the flower throat is starkly white. The leaves have a subtle but solid midrib and plum-colored, upturned margins. When dormant, however, the leaves can turn almost solidly green. The plant you will receive will be between 1"-1.5" in diameter. We would consider this to be an intermediate-advanced level plant.
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    An in-house Brambles Botanicals hybrid, Pinguicula “Little Pink Punk” is cyclosecta x ‘Faulisi’ #2 (of 11.) It produces flowers that are almost impossibly, aggressively pink with subtle, darker veins. The leaves are a vibrant, fleshy pink with slightly pointed tips. This is a feisty new hybrid that no one has yet. The plant you will receive will be between 1"-1.5" in diameter. We would consider this an intermediate-advanced level plant.
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    This is a new, in-house Brambles Botanicals hybrid series. We named these plants for their tendency to produce long, arcing scapes that make the flowers look like they’re shooting stars traveling across the sky. “Shooting Star” is Pinguicula emarginata x ‘Faulisi’ so the parentage is both incredible and varied: emarginata has almost sharp-looking, yet dainty little white flowers with purple venation, while the recently- registered ‘Faulisi’ has possibly the largest flower of all butterworts! ‘Faulisi’s flowers are pink and ruffled, so this strange combination of genes has produced some dramatic flowers. And each and every "Shooting Star" is a genetically unique, seed-grown, one-of-a-kind plant! The plant you will receive will be between 1"-1.5" in diameter. We would consider this to be a beginner-intermediate level plant.
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    This is one of Howard’s favorite butterworts. It has one of the larger flowers that are produced by butterworts, second only to perhaps ‘Faulisi.’ They are a beautiful shade of purple and the petals and overall flower are surprisingly flat-surfaced. The plant itself generally stays a lime green, exhibiting little-to-no pigmentation. These plants (including “Sumidero 1,” which we hope to have available soon) were collected in a national park, Sumidero Canyon, in the Mexican state of Chiapas, possibly by Andreas Wistubas. The plant you will receive will be between 1"-1.5" in diameter. We would consider this an intermediate level plant.
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    The “Yucca Do” complex is a fun one and we’re still working on collecting all of them. There are up to 7 different plants in total (1712 through 1718) that were wild-collected in Mexico in the mid-90’s by Texas-based Yucca Do Nursery and then introduced into the Atlanta Botanic Garden library. The numbers are an abbreviation of a more complicated system. “Yucca Do 1717” is almost certainly a part of the Pinguicula esseriana complex but its exact identification is still uncertain. Under intense light, 1717’s leaves can flush into a pinky bronze color while the thick leaf edges will remain light - creating a unique, contrasting display. It seems that 1717 does need seasonal temperature and/or light fluctuations to flower. The plant you will receive will be about 1" in diameter. We would consider this an intermediate level plant.

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