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    heli care

    any body no about how to take care of helis

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    Use the search feature! There's a whole wealth of information on these forums, and instead of waiting on other people to tell you, you could be getting information faster if you search yourself.

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    Here's some basic tips:
    - Better too little water than too much! Grow them almost the same way as orchids. (This has worked for me at least...)
    - Tons of light
    - Airy soil (lots of perlite, lava rock, orchid bark, etc.)
    - Warm days, cool evenings
    - High humidity
    - Search Feature

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    Heliamphora are hard to take care of without precise conditions and are rather fragile and not for the beginner (I'm so hypocritical, then again, I killed mine ). The search feature is a handy fella as mentioned. High humidity, warm days, cool nights... the easier species are H. minor, H. heterodoxa and their hybrids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jefforever View Post
    Here's some basic tips:
    - Better too little water than too much! Grow them almost the same way as orchids. (This has worked for me at least...)
    - Tons of light
    - Airy soil (lots of perlite, lava rock, orchid bark, etc.)
    - Warm days, cool evenings
    - High humidity
    - Search Feature
    that's good for me!
    Thanks to your suggestion my friend.

    Welcome to Duckking Blog.

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    My H. Pulchella "Akopan" s are producing pitchers rapidly under these conditions!

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