The plant below was received from Ed Read on 19 June 03. The photo below was taken on 27 September 04.
The flower photos below were taken on 11 September 05.
The Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, vol. 30, 2001, describes this cultivar: This hybrid Pinguicula was created at by Leo C. Song, Jr. on 17 July 1987. The seed parent was a fragrant clone of P. agnata we grow at California State University at Fullerton. This is the only fragrant Pinguicula we have, and its taxonomic status is still uncertain. The pollen parent was an unidentified Pinguicula collected by David Verity near Guanajuato, Mexico in 1975. The pollen parent forms a hibernaculum below the surface of the ground, sometimes at a depth of over 1.5 cm (1/2 inch), and has flowers similar in form to P. gypsicola. It may be P. macrophylla.