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  • #81
Those are very beautiful! One day, I hope to have plants as magnificent as this!!!
  • #82
Thanks for your kind words !! :)
  • #83
Wow the lids on that Red mamba are out of control. Amazing collection.
  • #84
Thanks :)

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Heliamphora minor var pilosa
  • #85
OH WOW! such beautifully grown plants! I'm so envious >_<
  • #86
Thanks pk93 :)
  • #87
Heliamphora pulchella amuri

Heliamphora pulchella akopan

Heliamphora "red mambo"
  • #88
This thread has given me heli fever. And no one stateside has them that I know of.

Great plants
  • #89
Beautiful! Can't wait for mine to get settled in.
  • #90
Thanks guys ! :-))
  • #92
Growing your fuzzy socks out to get ready for next winter? :p
  • #93
Is that a two headed pitcher in the first photo? Nice work, by the way.
  • #94
Really nice color on the first image! :0o:

What species is it?
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  • #95
I know this thread is about Helis but my eyes are drawn to that N. hamata in the back...
  • #96
Hehe, I liked that nep too.
  • #98
Thx for your kind words guys !

Thezyo yep, i will be ready :-D

Curtis: no, only face to face pitchers hehe

Dr donuts: parva and a unknow hybrid.

Yep yep, i got a couple highland nepenthes in this tank :)

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  • #100
First an n. hamata, then cephalotus. I thought this was a heliamphora thread, people. :jester: