Succulent phase as of late September. Notice the reduced size and lack of sticky glands
This variety of Pignuicula agnata is one of my favorites. The leaves are a pinkish red, and make the whole plant look like some sort of sour candy. It's also relatively large, and the glands are very pronounced. The edges of the leaves curl backwards, and winter leaves (shown in pic 2) are much less colorful and much more hairy. I've yet to have this plant flower. Like most agnata, I still keep it pretty moist in winter, and keep it potted in a mix of peat, perlite, and vermiculite.
Growing Conditions: Grow Rack Care Level: Easy Source: Other Grower