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CARNIVOROUS PLANT WEB RING
Heliamphora Heterodoxa - One of the easier varieties of heliamphora to grow. They can acclimate to different conditions but ideally a cool, humid environment with ample light should be provided. Temperatures in the 70 degree range during the day works well.3" x 4" Potted - Small w/ maturing pitchering
Heliamphora Purpurascens - Originally known as heliamphora heterodoxa, H. purpurascens not difficullt to grow if you are familiar with Heliamphora and can be distinguished from heterodoxa when mature pitchers form. Mature pitchers are larger, more tubular and typically have a much deeper red coloration when given adequate lighitng.
Heliamphora Minor (Auyan Tepui Clone, Venezuela)This is a small yet beautiful variety of H. Minor which was discovered on the Auyan Tepui in Venezuela. This tepui has elevations of 5,000-8,000ft and happens to be the home of Angel Falls, the worlds largest waterfall!H. Minor thrives in the higher altitudes of this range but has been found to be one of the...
Heliamphora Minor (Big Orange Clone) - This is the second Heliamphora with a distinct and unique color which was created by Andreas Wistuba who is widely known for his field research, findings and developments such as the purple heliamphora and this new Orange H. minor.Current size is small, immature pitchers. Plants have and established healthy roots,
Heliamphora PulchellaA really nice species of Heliamphora which produces deep red pitchers when grown in the proper conditions with lots of light. These should be grown in highland conditions or any stable environment which has a relatively high humidity and temperatures which don't exceed 85 degrees often. Overall a vigorous and easy Heliamphora.