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    Heliamphora: A Few New Leaves . . .

    Here are a few shots of some older plants with newer pitchers, a few on the younger side, and some sporting adult leaves (in the case of H. exappendiculata) for the first time.

    Heliamphora sp. "Akopan"


    H. chimantensis


    H. exappendiculata


    H. sarracenioides



    H. ciliata
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    Looks great!

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    amazing! heli master.

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    WHOA! those are some great looking plants. plus the photography isnt half bad either =]
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    i'll be on the look out for sarracenioides divisions on certain websites in the near future.
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    Oh cool, I'm waiting on an sp. Akopan atm so I'm glad they'll look so gorgeous when they grow up! and the rest of the helis - awesome man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Oh cool, I'm waiting on an sp. Akopan atm so I'm glad they'll look so gorgeous when they grow up! and the rest of the helis - awesome man!
    Thanks all . . .

    Heliamphora sp. "Akopan" is definitely becoming a favorite -- not only for its unusual appearance, but also for its vigorous growth. Here is another clone of mine with more slender pitchers.

    Heliamphora sp. "Akopan"
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    Wowee those sure are some nice pitchers! They remind me of heterodoxa...

    Are you getting the pseudo-lid on the sarracenioides that I see in some of the "in the wild" pictures, or do they just sort of stand straight up or lean into the pitcher a tiny bit? They're pretty either way, but I really hope they do eventually lid up.

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