Found these P. lusitanica sprouting this year in a pot of Calopogon and a pot of sarracenia generously given to me last year on my way back from California, cute little things. They were not there when I brought the pots home last year, so assuming they sprouted this spring from seed that were already there when I picked up the pots (I have not grown this species before). As a single plant they are not very impressive, the first photo with my finger for reference is close to their adult size, but grown in a colony they look pretty cool. The tiny flowers seem to readily self-pollinate and produce seed, so hoping to have colonies of them growing around the bog each growing season since the plants are annuals here.
[IMG]P. lusitanica by Djoni C, on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]P. lusitanica flower by Djoni C, on Flickr[/IMG]