Here is a recent photograph of one of my Pinguicula gigantea (A.L. #3). Original plant obtained from Ed Read.
Not only have I produced copious quantities of vegetative propagations of this plant, but I have successfully self-pollinated it and am growing out quite a few seedlings which are quickly approaching adult size.
Question: Several seedlings appear to be lacking trapping glands on the underside of their leaves (i.e. segregating for this trait)? What are your thoughts on this?
Pot: White plastic, 3 inch (7.5 cm) square x 4 inch (10 cm) tall
Media: 5 parts pumice to 1 part granulated peat moss.
Water: Year-round, 1/2 - 1 inch (1.2 - 2.5 cm) in plastic tray.
Light: Year-round, 15 hours/day of "cool white" fluorescent lamps.
What do yours look like and how do you grow them?