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TranMinh 20th September 2009 05:13 PM

Heliamphora "lowland"
I just check the wistuba website and they are having the hemliamphora "lowland". They said that the plants grow below 1000 meter high. :laugh: This is really great, the hemliamphora can grow without cooler. Check in HERE .

marvin1997 20th September 2009 06:32 PM

Re: Heliamphora "lowland"
Great!!!......but 5000 eur????!!!!That's crazy man!Better to buy a HL heliamphora and let it acclimate!

TranMinh 20th September 2009 07:08 PM

Re: Heliamphora "lowland"
50euro marvin not 5000euro

marvin1997 20th September 2009 09:38 PM

Re: Heliamphora "lowland"

Originally Posted by TranMinh (Post 20690)
50euro marvin not 5000euro

Ooh....can they ship to other countries?But it's also expensive.Two hundred plus?

TranMinh 20th September 2009 11:08 PM

Re: Heliamphora "lowland"
well if you grow plants in terratium it will cost a lot of money in electric for cooler lowland heliamphora is better.

David 21st September 2009 12:25 AM

Re: Heliamphora "lowland"
Nice plant! Pinkish and not so high. Looks like a good buy to me.

jeff 21st September 2009 05:29 PM

Re: Heliamphora "lowland"
too expensive .

if you want others 'lowland' , for me the 'lowland' term is not appropriate
1000 m compared with the plain it is already high ,take a heterodoxa gran sabana or a new species H.sp low meadow


Khoas 21st September 2009 09:17 PM

Re: Heliamphora "lowland"
i do believe the 'lowland' forms actually grow around cool springs

marvin1997 22nd September 2009 02:06 PM

Re: Heliamphora "lowland"
But do they still need high humidity?Probably isn't it....

jeff 22nd September 2009 03:49 PM

Re: Heliamphora "lowland"
for the heterodoxa gran sabana for example 'in situ':

less humid than the tepui top but a great hygrometry ( marshy condition)

rainfall just 600 mm in some station

in the tepui bottom you have often 24-28 c with during the dry saison several peaks to 30c.

not any shade also


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