Pinguicula primuliflora is one of the American butterwort species and, unlike many other pinguicula, can be kept under relatively high levels of damming in pure Sphagnum peat moss. A high water level really stimulates the growth of the Pinguicula primuliflora! In the winter months, the plants should be overwintered a little cooler (at 5-10 ° C). A hibernaculum is not formed, but growth stagnates quite strongly. In the course of the season, small daughter plants are formed at the ends of the leaves, via which the plants reproduce. An absolute specialty! The culture in the cold house is recommended, but not absolutely necessary! You will receive a medium-sized, unpotted Plant!