Pinguicula vulgaris can be quite widespread in suitable habitats, though only a small proportion of plants seem to flower in any given year.
Main flower color:
Wales, Ireland, Scotland and northern England, plus a few places in southern England
Up to 15 cm
Bogs, fens, seeps
Solitary, atop glandular hairy stems, curved towards the tip. The two-lipped corolla, up to 15 mm long, is dark purple with a long, straight, backwards-projecting spur. The inside, especially the white throat, is covered with sticky white hairs.
Yellow-green, fleshy, up to 8 cm long, covered with sticky resin; arranged in a basal rosette
May to August