Pinguicula moctezumae was discovered in 1994, and is native to the Rio Moctezuma canyon, along the border of Hidalgo and Queretaro, Mexico. Mature plants have 4"-long, blade-like leaves that are covered with sticky mucilage, and can trap scores of small fungus gnats, midges, fruit flies and other small insects. Wonderfully large (for a butterwort) fuchsia flowers too! These are an excellent addition to your kitchen windowsill, and will produce beautiful purple flowers as well! All our plants are shipped potted and ready to grow to reduce stress, not bareroot as you find with many other suppliers.