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Thread: Different Heliamphora parvas?

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    OMG! Those plants look amazing. Love those spoons.

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    Paul: can i ask how old is the plant on your picture?

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    Francois: It was a a division of mature plant, when I won it in the NASC Auction over two years ago.
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    There are many different parva clones in the greenhouse of Andreas, but just few are available at a time...
    Some with big spoons, reddish ones, more hairy ones, less hairy ones, other forms with different lid shapes....
    All have clone numbers! Most of the time he sells those which are very hairy, clone number beginning with 13-? and 8-?, others might be very hairy too, but I just saw these clones (~about 4-5) being densely hairy! The lid shape will just show up when the pitchers are "fully" adult (final adult leaf shape!). I like that parva is so variable, but my budget doesn't!

    When Andreas is back I'll ask him if I can post some pictures... ;-)


    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by killerplantsguy View Post
    Francois: It was a a division of mature plant, when I won it in the NASC Auction over two years ago.
    Thanks.

    I think i will wait one more year, and see what happen. Maybe my plant is not old enough.
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