Pinguicula cyclosecta is one of my absolute favorite pings, and I’ve been dying to get my hands on some for the store since we opened.
Pinguicula cyclosecta is a Mexican Butterwort native to a small area between Nuevo León and Tamaulipas where it grows on limestone walls. It was first collected in the 1930’s and was formally described in 1963. When grown under intense light, P. cyclosecta is easily recognized by its beautiful bluish-green and violet colored leaves.
This is a smaller ping and will reach 2.5” across when mature.
Keep in tray of water about 1 inch deep at all times, unless in winter succulent phase, in which case water less. Put under grow lights or on a sunny windowsill. Do not fertilize.