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By Matt
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I would think that there would be a variety of Drosera that would grow well alongside Mexican butterworts, but this is outside my area of expertise. Hopefully someone else with more knowledge will respond as well :D
By DesertLlama
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Depending on what species you're interested in, this site can be of some assistance: http://www.pinguicula.org/pages/pages_p ... ctures.htm

Under the habitat description for each species listed, there are usually mentions of other plants found in the same areas as the pings. I'm not sure how many of these you'd be able to find in cultivation or if Pinguicula cultivation techniques would translate well for the care of these companion plants.
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Hmm, I guess planting succulents like sedum or echeveria should go alongside it then. Thank you for pointing me to that website.
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I’m trying to go for plants that would grow alongside butterworts in the wild, so lithops wouldn’t really fit in since it’s native to Africa.
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