Pinguicula planifolia - Chapman
Lentibulariaceae (Bladderwort) Family
The flower colors range from pinkish purple to almost pure white. Each of the five lobes of the corolla is deeply incised almost half the length of the lobe. The flowers pose at the tip of a long stem; solitary, bisexual in nature and symmetrical in form; calyx 5-lobed; corolla 2-lipped; 5-lobed. Yellow palate exserts strongly from the corolla tube is clearly visible when the flower is fully open. The same flower seems to last for several days, but strong sunshine is needed to persuade it to open its lobes fully. The flowers are small but can reach almost an inch across when open.