Pinguicula lutea forms a handsome rosette of pale green leaves up to four inches across! These plants will do best in a bog garden where they can occasionally be flooded with water. Lutea is best known for its lovely yellow flowers; a rare color in butterworts!
Sun: Part sun outdoors
Water: Always sitting in at least two inches of distilled or purified water, best grown in a bog garden. Appreciates occasional flooding
Temperature: 28 degrees - 100 degrees
Dormancy: No dormancy needed but may go semi dormant in winter