I have allways prefured pinguiculas over orchids, orchids are delicate plants that require alot of atention(i admire orchid growers, i have never been able to grow any orchid at all)and are in flower for about a month or two of the year, correct me if im wrong.
Pings are just as exquisite as orchids, some have extrordinary adaptations to there homes, some variaties continously flower, and there gorgous blooms compete with the beauty of orchids.
oh and they are very easy to cultivate and make perfect hous plants that elliminate fungus knats and other pests. Unfortunately they never look nice in normal plastic containers, if one has the savage garden, by peter d'amato, and she or he saw the beautifull creations(they are pictured growing out of abalone shells, lava rocks,and decorative ducks) one, just like me, would be inspired. I grow my p. sethos with to my 23 year old bonsai, and i once poted my p. esseriana which unfortionatly passed away in a N.x Manny hererra pitcher. So does any one grow there pings in a way other than the dull, ordinary, ever-so-boring plastic containers?