Well, after finally getting my new greenhouse complete, I have more free time to post to the Forums...
Recently, Peter Houtkamp came to visit from The Netherlands to see some native CP 'in situ'. Despite the hot temperatures (103F heat index), there were still some nice plants to be found. So I took him to one of my favorite local bogs.
Some of the Pinguicula we saw were healthy and nearly as big as your hand! Although they were not in flower, the two species present grow in separate colonies far from each other. Usually, Pinguicula lutea tends to have wider leaves than Pinguicula caerulea. Also, P. caerulea tends to be a bit paler in color as well, in my experience;
Although the Exyra moths had been quite busy, there were still some nice Sarracenia minor to be found;
Here's a nice flowering colony of Rhexia mariana also known as Meadow Beauties, a lovely CP companion plant here in Florida.
And finally... two thirsty, hot and tired CP enthusiasts. Peter is to the left.