With a name that translates to 'passionate' this is one of our favorites! In general, butterworts look like any other harmless plant. But the top surface of the butterwort's leaves are covered with sticky mucilage, and can trap scores of small fungus gnats, midges, fruit flies and other small insects. These are an excellent addition to your kitchen windowsill, and we love the long, thin, glowing-green leaves of this cultivar too! For those who are interested in the parentage of this hybrid, it is Pinguicula gigantea var. alba x moctezumae. Picture is representative of full-grown plants, suitable for 4-inch or larger pots. All plants are shipped potted to reduce stress, so all you need to do is water and enjoy. Ready to grow and start catching insects right away!