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Thread: Heliamphora ionasii x unknown

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    I am thinking the other parent might ne heterodoxa. any guesses from those that might know will be appreciated.





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    Hi Tamlin, I think i see nutans in there rather than heterodoxa so I'm say N. ionassii x nutans.

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    Tamlin,

    now that is a beauty you have there. both mature pitcher and the little ones
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    ionasii x heterodoxa is the most common ionasii cross, most likely that. where did it come from?
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    Sarracenia rosea?...don't be ridiculous!

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