I just received shipment of two of three new Heliamphora species from Wistuba on 22 August. They are Heliamphora sp. "Amuri" ("A") and sp. "Akopan" ("B"). Growers in the UK who are familiar with them (at least "A" and "B") seem fairly pleased with their relative ease of cultivation.
The two, as yet, undescribed species, arrived as typical juvenile plants, though one looks to be in the process of producing an adult pitcher soon. "Angasima" ("C") will arrive next month. They are definitely on the steep side in terms of the euro, but far cheaper than cartons of unfiltered Canadian cigarettes and horse in the long run (heh, heh, heh) . . .
Here are some shots of the plants in the field. Photos of the juveniles will follow, once they've "freshened" up a bit . . .