Advanced Search Filters

Plant Type
Hardiness Zone
Heat Zone
Sunset Zone
Function
Sun Exposure
Soil Moisture
Water Requirement

Plants Matching usda hardiness zone 13

Returned 2908 results. Page 255 of 291.

(Butterwort, Down Under Butterwort)

A hybrid of two Mexican species, this tender perennial is grown for its showy flowers and its colorful rosettes of insect-trapping leaves.

This butterwort produces rosettes of narrow, fleshy, purplish-green leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring hairs. Bright light intensifies their purple tinting. Two-lipped, five-lobed, violet-like flowers are borne singly on short leafless stems from early spring to late winter, and sometimes at other seasons. The mauve flowers have a...

(Butterwort, Enigma Butterwort)

Probably a hybrid of the Mexican native Pinguicula cyclosecta, this small, tender perennial is grown for its showy flowers and its curious insect-trapping leaves.

In spring and summer this hybrid butterwort bears rosettes of fleshy, spoon-shaped, light-green leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring hairs. The leaf margins roll inward to further ensnare trapped insects, which are digested by glands on the leaf surface. In fall, plants may die back to a winter rosette...

(Butterwort, Florian Butterwort)

A hybrid of two Mexican species, this small, tender perennial is grown for its charming violet-like flowers and its fleshy insect-trapping leaves.

In spring and summer this hybrid butterwort bears rosettes of cupped, spoon-shaped, ghostly pale green leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring glands. The leaves become red- or purple-tinted in bright light. In fall, plants die back to a small pine-cone-shaped winter rosette comprising as many as 100 tiny leaves. Two-lipped, five-lobed...

(Butterwort, George Sargent Butterwort)

A hybrid of two Mexican species, this small, tender perennial is grown for its charming violet-like flowers and its relatively large insect-trapping leaves.

In spring and summer this hybrid butterwort bears rosettes of fleshy, tongue-shaped, yellow-green leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring glands. The leaf margins may become red-tinted in bright light. In fall, plants die back to a somewhat smaller winter rosette. The two-lipped, lilac-purple flowers are borne singly...

(Butterwort, Gina Butterwort)

A hybrid of two Mexican species, this small, tender perennial is grown for its charming violet-like flowers and its curious insect-trapping leaves.

In spring and summer this hybrid butterwort bears flat rosettes of fleshy, tongue-shaped, apple-green leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring glands. The leaves sometimes curl inward at the margins. In fall, plants die back to a small, condensed, many-leaved rosette of succulent non-glandular leaves. The solitary, two-lipped,...

(Butterwort, Hameln Butterwort)

A hybrid of two Mexican species, this small, tender perennial is grown for its charming violet-like flowers and its curious insect-trapping leaves.

In spring and summer this hybrid butterwort bears flat rosettes of lax, broadly strap-shaped, yellowish-green leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring hairs. In fall plants die back to a rosette of smaller hairless leaves. The solitary, two-lipped, violet-purple flowers are borne on short leafless stems in spring and summer. The...

(Butterwort, Hanka Butterwort)

A hybrid of two Mexican species, this diminutive, tender perennial is grown for its dainty flowers and its curious insect-trapping leaves.

In spring and summer this hybrid butterwort bears flat rosettes of 10 to 18 small, spatula-shaped leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring glands. The leaves sometimes curl inward at the margins. In fall, plants die back to a tiny, condensed, many-leaved rosette of succulent, non-glandular, teardrop-shaped leaves. The solitary, rounded,...

(Butterwort, Huahuapan Butterwort)

Discovered near the southern Mexican town whose name it bears, this this small, tender perennial is grown for its elegant, narrow-lobed flowers and its curious insect-trapping leaves. It may be a selection of Pinguicula moranensis or P. rectifolia.

In spring and summer this hybrid butterwort bears flat rosettes of lax, broadly strap-shaped, pale-green leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring glands. The leaves sometimes curl inward at the margins....

(Butterwort, Weser Butterwort)

A hybrid of two Mexican species, this small, tender perennial is grown for its charming violet-like flowers and its colorful insect-trapping leaves.

In spring and summer this hybrid butterwort bears flat rosettes of lax, broadly strap-shaped, pale-green leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring glands. The leaves become pink-tinged in sunny sites. In fall plants die back to a rosette of smaller non-glandular leaves. The solitary, two-lipped, violet-purple flowers are borne...

(Mexican Butterwort)

This tender perennial from moist forested uplands of Mexico and northern Guatemala is grown for its showy flowers and its curious rosettes of insect-trapping leaves.

In spring and summer, Mexican butterwort produces rosettes of fleshy, elliptical, pale green leaves that glisten with droplet-producing, insect-snaring hairs. The leaf margins roll inward to further ensnare trapped insects, which are digested by glands on the leaf surface. In fall, the insectivorous foliage is replaced by a compact...