Pinguicula calderoniae {llano del conejo, San Luis Potosi}

Sale price$24.99


Pinguicula calderoniae {llano del conejo, San Luis Potosi} is a perennial plant that produces two different types of leaves, winter bulb during winter and narrow linear leaves during summer, about 4-8 summer leaves are produced each season. The species name honours Méxican botanist Mrs. Graciela Calderón de Rzedowski. This pinguicula was discovered in 2000 during exploration of Llano Chiquito and Llano del Conejo valleys in the Sierra Madre Oriental, in a region also known as Sierra Gorda.


The plants on the pictures are representative, you will get a similar plant. [Plants are not flowering at the moment]

You'll get a similar plant to the ones in the picture. Please note that some plants are greener than others.

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.

The plant's sizes are: When the plant is in dormancy it becomes a bulb of about 0.15-0.25" in diameter. Please note that this plant is currently in bulb stage at the moment.


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.

Plant size Depending on plant's phase
Light A sunny windowsill, T5, or LED lights
Potting medium Mexican Pinguicula soil mix
Feeding Fish food or bugs every 3-4 weeks
Water Keep soil moist
Humidity 50-80%
Temperature 55-85°F
Mature plant size 2-3" (Depending on care)
Dormancy During Winter (depending on temperatures).

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