I'd been growing this species (Pinguicula emarginata) for several years, having a large population of them, all derived from a single original plant.
I enjoy this species, one of the homophyllous growth types, and one that doesn't do well unless kept continuously moist, more like the Pinguicula of the S.E. U.S.A.
The only clone I was currently growing, had all-green leaves, and pale, nearly all-white flowers, with a few bluish/lavender veins. Then I received a plant of the clone illustrated in the pic below -> WOW!
The plant in the pic is planted in all-mineral media, primarily APS/silica sand. It is in a 2" plastic pot.
Is anyone else growing forms of this species that show a variety of color and habit?