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Thread: H. 'Margarita' (Tincher) ?

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    Cool H. 'Margarita' (Tincher) ?

    Too early to really know for sure, but very unique so far.
    If it maintains this uniqueness, this will be Heliamphora 'Margarita' (Tincher)

    Very fast growing, covered with a very fine hair, unusual nectar spoon, very bright green even under intense lighting, transition from pitcher rim to spoon is unusual, unusual pitcher aspect ratio.








    Thanks for looking,
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    Very pretty. More motivation for me to get a HL setup together.
    Jen- My Grow List: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...00#post1154900
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    thx dragoness, helis do not really require a HL set up.... just keep them under 78 and you will be fine.
    IMHO some ppl get them too cold at night.

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    very interesting, this is parva x folliculata?

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    wow very nice!

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    Spectacular plant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikewilder View Post
    very interesting, this is parva x folliculata?
    yes, good call Mike.... the spoon is definitely the giveaway

    but it's also unique among its siblings....
    I wont make the cultivar call till I see how the siblings mature, but so far... this particular plant is definitely one of a kind.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heli View Post
    wow very nice!
    Quote Originally Posted by Bio View Post
    Spectacular plant.
    thank you, thank you....

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