Grey wrote:Although I haven't kept either of these species myself I can tell you that they are tropical pinguicula (therefore, unless otherwise stated, shouldn't have a dormancy period). While I wouldn't recommend personally recommend them to someone who hasn't kept pings before (Mexican pinguicula are usually easier to keep) they are beautiful plants and I'm sure you'll have no problems with them.
Pinguicula.org is a fantastic website - I absolutely love browsing through their info. As ong as neither plants dry out and receive plenty of sunlight they should thrive. Would love to see photos when you have them.
Thanks. As soon as I get some pics I'll post them. I picked these two because they are natural to the Florida panhandle which is where I live. So I'm hoping that they should do as well as my other carnivorous plants so long as I keep them as wet as they like. I know they're tropical but since they grow in my area naturally I'm hoping they over winter fine, It was only $11 for the two plants and a few D. capillaris so if they don't last the winter it's a cheap lesson learned.