Pinguicula Gina

(48 reviews)
This is one of the most beautiful butterworts we've encountered. It has a tight rosette of large, broad green leaves. The leaves are very sticky and captures lots of gnats, mosquitoes, and fruit flies. The plant can grow up to 5 inches across. It also looks like a flower until you see it produce an actual flower. It's like a flower within a flower. Butterwortception!
Plant You Receive
• Juvenile plant, approximately 2 inches in diameter.
• Will reach maturity within an additional 6-12 months.
• Acclimated for windowsill growing.
• Shipped in a 3-inch pot. Care info is included.
General Care
Type of Plant: Tropical butterwort for windowsill growing.
Native Habitat: Mountains of Mexico
Sunlight: Partial sun. Avoid harsh, hot sunlight.
Water: Low-mineral water (50 ppm or less). Keep the soil damp but not waterlogged.
Soil: Equal parts sand, vermiculite, and perlite. No garden soil, compost, or fertilizer.
Temperatures: Tolerant of cool temperatures but always protect from frost.

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  • 5

    Posted by Thomas Owen on March 10, 2019

    Very beautiful plant

  • 5
    every thing should be this easy.

    Posted by Gary Dion on February 11, 2019

    stating to flower and seed.

  • 5

    Posted by Brittney O'Keefe on February 10, 2019

  • 5
    Pinguicula x Gina

    Posted by Frank Chiafari on January 21, 2019

    This plant is doing really fine sitting in a sunny windowsill. It is vibrant and healthy. I would recommend this plant highly.

  • 5
    Nice addition to my office at work

    Posted by Dave F. on January 7, 2019

    Plant arrived in very good shape. It is now growing nicely on my desk at work, along with a Pinguicula x Aphrodite, a Cape sundew, and a Spoon-leaf sundew. My own personal savage garden. All four plants were from Sarracenia Northwest.

  • 5
    Pinguicula x Gina

    Posted by Angie on January 7, 2019

    I normally love the packaging, this time the plant was attached to the tape. Even though I was very slow and careful while unwrapping, it came out from the pot with the tape. I carefully reinserted it, and so far it seems fine. New leaves have opened, it is thriving with the other beauties I have. all my previous purchases are happy and growing, giving me great pleasure. thank you.

  • 5

    Posted by Wayne Goodwin on January 1, 2019

  • 5
    Pinguicula x Gina

    Posted by shaughn on December 21, 2018

    arrived quickly and safely. any one can tell how much care is taken to ensure the plants arrive as safe as can be. i am very happy to add another type of carnivorous plant to my collection. the plants are healthy and beautiful. i look forward to my future purchases.

  • 5
    It eats the bugs

    Posted by Darcy Leidolph on September 24, 2018

    In Texas small flying insects are a constant whenever you have plants. These were a suggestion from a fellow who keeps a greenhouse full of carnivorous plants to use inside the house he was not wrong. Good houseplant indeed

  • 5
    Nice plant

    Posted by Suzanne Myers on September 16, 2018

    Very happy with my purchase

  • 5

    Posted by Richmond Parker on April 29, 2018

  • 5

    Posted by Justin Craig on April 16, 2018