Pinguicula "Baby Medusa"

Pinguicula "Baby Medusa" - Rainbow Carnivorous Plants LLC
Pinguicula "Baby Medusa" - Rainbow Carnivorous Plants LLC
Pinguicula "Baby Medusa" - Rainbow Carnivorous Plants LLC
Pinguicula "Baby Medusa" - Rainbow Carnivorous Plants LLC
Pinguicula "Baby Medusa" - Rainbow Carnivorous Plants LLC
Pinguicula "Baby Medusa" - Rainbow Carnivorous Plants LLC
Pinguicula "Baby Medusa" - Rainbow Carnivorous Plants LLC

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$29.99 

Pinguicula "Baby Medusa" is a Rainbow Carnivorous Plants hybrid, the parentage of this plant is undetermined (we are almost sure that it came from an ehlersiae seed pod, since it was discovered in that batch, however we do not want to assume to be 100% correct). Nevertheless, "Baby Medusa" is one of a kind plant, it has upright narrow and sticky leaves that look like a mini D. capensis, the flower on this plant is also mutant looking, most of the time it will only have 3 petals that sometimes are really elongated (see pictures). [Plants are not flowering at the moment].

You'll get 1 similar plant to the ones in the pictures. We recommend not putting this plant under strong light, this cause the plant to reduce its size, use soft T5 lights for best results.

The plants are shipped bare root in a plastic container to protect the plants. We ship the plants on Monday and Wednesday to avoid the weekend cut off.

Plants are about 1" in diameter.

 

The plant has been growing under LED lights with a temperature of 75~80° during the day and 55~70° at night.

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It is strongly recommended to get a heating pack during the winter to protect your plant from low temperatures, we are not responsible for dead plants that did not have a heating pack during transit. 1 heating pack per order is enough.

Pinguicula
Plant size About 1" in diameter
Light A sunny windowsill or T5 lights
Potting medium Mexican Pinguicula mix
Feeding Fish food or bugs every 3-4 weeks
Water Keep soil moist
Humidity 50-80%
Temperature 55-85°F
Mature plant size 1-1.5"
Dormancy None, nevertheless, plant may go into a succulent state during Winter (depending on temperatures).

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