is an absolutely fantastic little plant! It should colour up beautifully and compliment your P. jaumavensis
very well indeed, mine is a thoroughly vivid pink right now with white edging and is grown on my windowsill (as with all my plants).
should turn into a gorgeous shade of purple once it has been subjected to bright lighting. This colouration will start at the edge of the leaves and will eventually fill every crevice of its being. My P. cyclosecta
only have purple edging but again this is likely due to light intensity.
Some pinguicula require less light intensity to show their true colours. If you can upload any photos of your plants (new and old) for me I can tell you if they're dormant or simply awaiting more light
I'd also love to see them!!
One Mexican pinguicula I'd recommend is P. esseriana
. Under normal lighting it will turn to a pale green/almost white and with a little more
lighting the entire plant will apppear to be blushing. My P. esseriana
are more a pale green than pink so I think these ones need more light intensity to show their true colours.
Other easy to grow species include P. weser
(this looks more like something you'd see in a fairytale), P. moranensis
(a large, robust species that can also turn pink) and P. x tina
(another large species, although it usually stays pale green it is absolutely stunning).