Carnivorous-Butterwort-Plant-Pinguicula-primuliflora // need this to eat the gnats; use 1 part peat moss, 3 parts perlite and 1 part vermiculite. Another option is to use 1 part peat moss and 2 parts perlite. Never use potting soil or fertilizer. Potting soil and fertilizer will kill your plant.
Pinguicula primuliflora, commonly known as the Primrose Butterwort, is a species of carnivorous plant belonging to the genus Pinguicula. It is native to the southeastern United States. The typical variety forms a white flower in blooming that has sticky adhesive leaves which attract, capture and digest arthropod prey in order to supply the plant with nutrients such as nitrogen not found in the nutrient poor, acidic soil that it grows in.
Butterwort (Pinguicula primuliflora). Insectivorous plant with rosettes of mucilage-secreting, lance-shaped to almost rounded leaves and leafless stems bearing solitary, spurred, 2-lobed, trumpet-shaped, pale purple flowers. The sticky leaves trap insects, which are then digested.