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Thread: Darn it people, Heliamphora!!!!

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    For more Heliamphora photos check out
    http://www.humboldt.edu/~rrz7001/Heliamphora.html

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    Thanks Bob. You lists of photos are a fantastic CP reference, ones that I consult regularly. Thanks for doing that.

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    Hello,
    Here's my pic of the only Heliamphora that I own; the heterodoxa x minor.

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    Well dang it. Mine is in very similar conditions to yours but it does not grow. Maybe its the MH lights that make a difference? I'm thinking of moving it down to the basement where it will be cooler. Maybe that will help. Thanks for the info.
    "Fox terriers are born with about four times as much original sin in them as other dogs." - Jerome K. Jerome

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    Heliamphora heterodoxa x nutans: This was the first mature pitcher the plant produced.

    This is what the plant looks like as of 11/7/2003:




    Here is what it looked like after I first potted it up on 1/17/2003:



    I am not sure why my pictures load so slowly for some. They are under 80K each.



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    Hmm, got my images confused. The photo that I linked to is a full sized image of Sarracenia purpurea and the cranberries. Its not edited and is about 1MB. That is why it takes forever to load. I will have to correct that.
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    H. heterodoxa (?) flower :


    H. hispida : (takes a loooong time to produce "mature" leafes)



    A Heliamphora species which I can't identify :



    Martin

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    Beautiful photos Nick! Love the cranberries.

    And that flower is amazing Martin!
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