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Old 11th January 2011, 07:23 AM
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Default Re: Heliamphora "lowland"

I think the bigger issue here is whether the 'lowland' Heliamphora can actually grow under lowland conditions, especially the extreme lowland conditions of typical outdoor Singapore and Malaysia which are very warm indeed.
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Old 11th January 2011, 09:52 AM
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Default Re: Heliamphora "lowland"

my friend from pontianak can grow heliamphora tequila.
but after a year, the heli died
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Old 11th January 2011, 03:13 PM
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Default Re: Heliamphora "lowland"

see on my web site their natural condition (light;temperature;hygrometrie;etc) , you can see also some of mine

here in FRANCE all my heliamphora are cultivate in door in a big terrarium closed , with a aeration ( just lid lift up 5mm)

substrate : blond peat -vermiculite 50/50 or now with some species just perlite -sphagnum.Attention the 2 substrate are not interchangeable ( the root are not the same with the 2 substrate )

hygrometrie : always 80-90% the pot always in 3 cm of water

light : in front of a south window , very very good light from december to march

temperature : in winter the day 19-22 c the night 12-19 c ;in summer the day 22-25c with some time some pic to 30c the night 18-20c

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