Pinguicula ibarrae is a relatively newly described species, although it has been in cultivation for longer. It was previously called "Pinguicula spec. agnata, Tlanchinol" because it was discovered in the area surrounding Tlanchinol, in the Mexican state of Hidalgo. It was discovered by Sr. Adolfo Ibarra Vasquez, a grower of Pinguicula in Mexico in his personal collection, and has since been renamed Pinguicula ibarrae in his honor. It grows on moss-covered clay-based rocky slopes, and as its previous name implies, it is most closely related to P. agnata. Large round rosettes of leaves and lavender to white flowers on this one. As with almost all of the butterworts we offer, this is a neat and easy to grow butterwort too! All our plants are shipped potted and ready to grow to reduce stress. Just water and enjoy!