Pinguicula ionantha comes from a very few populations in the Florida panhandle, where they are critically endangered. Unfortunately, we cannot sell this plant across state lines (outside of California).
It is probably one of the easiest of the sub-tropical butterworts. The rosettes are lime green. It flowers near constantly with white flowers. Rare clones can have a light purple flower!
Please note; it is illegal for us to sell this plant outside of California.
Sun: Full to part sun outdoors
Water: Always sitting in at least two inches of distilled or purified water, best grown in a bog garden
Temperature: 28 degrees - 100 degrees
Dormancy: No dormancy needed but may go semi dormant in winter
Soil: Potted in a mix of four parts peat moss to one part perlite.