This is the butterwort (Pinguicula), and it is not a bad name, for the leaves remind one of butter.
From no catalogue of quaint plants could the butterwort be omitted.
The butterwort (Pinguicula) is another of these carnivorous plants.
The order to which the butterwort and the bladderworts belong also afforded valuable results.
He could watch the butterwort curving round the edges of its wan green foliage upon the captured limbs of fly or aphis.
There are three British species of butterwort (Pinguicula), similar in structure and habit, all growing in bogs and on wet rocks.