Pinguicula cyclosecta is probably one of the most beautiful of all the butterworts. It is a miniature species of flat rosettes which usually get no bigger than a 50 cent piece. When grown in strong light all of the leaves are actually purple! The metallic purple flowers are born on short scapes but it's pretty enough to grow just for the leaves!
PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE LOWERED THE PRICE ON THESE AS THESE ARE SMALLER THAN THE ONES IN THE PHOTO.
Sun: Sunny windowsills or in a terrarium under four T5 bulbs, filtered sun outdoors in the tropics
Water: Sitting in at least two inches of distilled or purified water from Spring through Summer and in winter they should be allowed to dry out slightly during their winter succulent phase
Temperature: 50 degrees - 90 degrees
Dormancy: no true dormancy but does have a winter succulent phase during which the plant will produce small succulent leaves instead of flat sticky leaves