A diminutive species still in its winter succulent phase!
A truly diminutive species! Bottom 3 plantlets are esseriana, top is a rotundifloria. November 2020
Lost the top plantlet :( But the other 3 look good! Still in succulent phase. January 2021
I received these three tiny plantlets of Pinguicula esseriana in a trade from a fellow hobbyist. They are still in the diminutive succulent phase. Hopefully they start making large rosettes of gooey leaves soon!
Current Growing Conditions: South-Facing Living Room Window Light: ~260 - 460 PPFD or 16530 - 20110 Lux (depends on the weather outside) Humidity: ~80% night and 55% day Temperature: ~68F night and 90F day (depends on weather outside) Water: Keep ~1/4" of water in the tray, occasionally flush from above Potting Mix: 50% peat and 50% sand/perlite - re-pot fresh media every year! Fertilizer: MaxSea (1/4 tsp/gallon) once a month as foliar spray Additional Notes: Succulent phase during winter months.