Frazer's Beaut Butterwort

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Frazer's Beaut Butterwort

Ease to Grow: Easy.
Dormancy: No.
Native Range: Parents from theHighlands of Southern Mexico, and Central America.
Zones: 10-11 (8-12).

The Frazer's Beaut Butterwort, Pinguicula moranensis, is an easy mexican butterwort. It is a viigorous grower with large magenta flowers, and red tinted leaves. Its large sticky leaves can form rosettes about 3+" across. It prefers damp, loose, peaty soils, and open shade, with wet Summers and dry Winters. It forms larger, sticky carnivorous leaves in the Summer and smaller, drier, non-carnivorous, succulent leaves in the Winter. It blooms in Spring and Fall with 1-5+ magenta flowers. It responds well to warm, wet Summers and drier, cooler Winters. This Mexican Butterwort cultivar is an excellent house plant, doing well on window sills, plant carts and greenhouses. They preform great in a terrarium. It is artifically propagated from leaf pulls.

Width: 3+".
Plant Type: Perennial, tropical.
Soil: Butterwort Mix or General CP Mix.
Light: Bright to partial bright indoors, partial sun outdoors.
Use: Grows well indoors and greenhouse.  It is an excellent terrarium plant.

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