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    Im stunned this morning..

    My h.minor burgundy-black push me a flower hamp.

    The tepuys gods are very good with me this summer!

    Hard to see, i tryed to zoom with my cell phone. The lil hamp in the middle, kinda hard to see.



    With all the pilosa pollen i have in stock, i can dream of a real nice cross

    Time will tell !

    Francois
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    Picture quality 0.

    Cell phone.

    But the stalk is more visible on this shot.



    On BBs, even the juvenile pitchers are purple. If its not purple, its not a real Pogo.

    Thanks for looking

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    H.minor 'burgundy-black'
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    Heliamphora 'red mambo'


    This heliamphora clone is very unique.
    Put aside the unique 'horned' nectar spoon and the elegant pitcher style. This heliamphora is unique for the strange nectar collecting 'bubble' at the lid. The bubble is located on the left side only.



    Another pitcher


    Its pretty unique, stunning and im very proud to be the only grower in the world to grow that unique plant. I will probably release 2-3 divisions next year.

    Francois
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    Nepenthes hamata


    Another clone, darker


    Nepenthes ramispina



    Nepenthes tenuis




    Heliamphora collina x elongata seedlings


    Heliamphora minor x heterodoxa



    Unknown heliamphora


    Heliamphora sarracenioides baby


    Heliamphora heterodoxa seedlings


    Heliamphora heterodoxa




    Heliamphora heterodoxa seedlings, clearly different, even juvenile. Cant wait to see their adult pitchers.


    Heliamphora 'red mambo'



    Heliamphora minor var minor


    Heliamphora minor "aonda giant"

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    Heliamphora minor var pilosa clone B



    Heliamphora minor 'burgundy-black'


    Heliamphora minor var minor


    Heliamphora neblinae


    Unknown thing(moss?) growing under on of my pots. Ideas anyone?


    Heliamphora pulchella akopan


    Heliamphora minor 'big orange'


    Heliamphora minor 'selection 1'


    Heliamphora pulchella amuri


    Heliamphora nutans yuruani


    Heliamphora minor var minor 2nd generation seedling


    Heliamphora hispida



    Heliamphora pulchella miniature


    Darlingtonia californica seedlings


    Cephalotus follicularis



    Heliamphora minor var pilosa clone A


    Genlisea aurea



    Thanks for looking guys.

    Francois
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    That H. minor "selection 1" has some really funky colors! Also, curious, do you ever store pollen from your helis? I'm holding out hope someone does out there, as I have a H. nutans readying t flower very soon...
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    Wow everything's beautiful.... That weird crazy tentacle oolong thing that's growing on the bottom of tge pot u posted a photo of is super crazy! Ever find out what it was?

    I have a dumb question, how do uremove the dead browning pitchers from your groupings of heli's cause yours are so tight together and perfect and mine are kinda spaced out like cause of all the dead pitchers that were in the middle that arevgone now..and it looks kinda spacey..ahrg! And urs are sooo perfect looking

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    That H. minor "selection 1" has some really funky colors! Also, curious, do you ever store pollen from your helis? I'm holding out hope someone does out there, as I have a H. nutans readying t flower very soon...
    Thanks
    Yes i store pollen; right now i have h.minor var minor and minor var pilosa.

    I wait folliculata pollen by mail from a friend, i wanted it for my burgundy-black. The flower will open very soon.

    Congrats for your flowering nutans, but i dont know if its legal to ship pollen in another country.. You can do nutans xself.

    Quote Originally Posted by KATastrophe View Post
    Wow everything's beautiful.... That weird crazy tentacle oolong thing that's growing on the bottom of tge pot u posted a photo of is super crazy! Ever find out what it was?
    Thanks Kat :-)
    Yes!
    Its black slime mold, harmless to the plants, but so beautiful to see.

    They eat dead part of the plant, and other fungus. In fact, it help the plant. Its the first time i see that in my setup. Spores was probably present in my peat.

    Nature is beautiful
    izismile.com/2009/09/22/stunning_slime_mold_74_pics_1_gif.html

    Quote Originally Posted by KATastrophe View Post
    I have a dumb question, how do uremove the dead browning pitchers from your groupings of heli's cause yours are so tight together and perfect and mine are kinda spaced out like cause of all the dead pitchers that were in the middle that arevgone now..and it looks kinda spacey..ahrg! And urs are sooo perfect looking
    Dead helis pitchers become bendable and soft with time, specially if you grow your helis in high RH%. Just bend them a lil and cut them at the base, about 1 or 2 inches from the soil. But dead pitchers look quite nice on helis, it bring a natural 'tepuy looking'. I only trim them twice a year, when i change my setup for winter or summer.
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    I don't think that I've seen some of these pictures on FTC... Absolutely spectacular plants as usual! Would it be possible for you to give us some pictures of your entire setup? Plants, lights, and all other equipment?
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    Hello Katya, thanks for your kind words.

    In fact, i have a cold room just for my plants. I control every parameters in there, like ventilation, temperatures, relative humidity and lighting. I dont have a picture of my entire setup right now, but if you have specific questions please throw me a PM

    Francois

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