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Old 5th January 2009, 01:52 PM
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WHAT!!!YG Park have Heliams!!!
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U have a lot of plants there........I worship u man.
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Hi Choong......

Wow when i look at the pic it really made me scratch my head.......Where is the flower hmmmmm until suddenly i realise it was just in front of my eyes..... Great pics.

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If I had more time I would have tried the plant.

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can we see the nectar spoon of these plants ?

on the picture these heliamphora have some problem of light , normaly the nectar spoon must be red if they are in good condition.

for the heterodoxa you have 2 species , from ptari tepui and from the gran sabana , the pitcher form are not the same and the nectar spoon also.

these heliamphora ( on the picture) come from nursery , but what are their tracability ? the glabra specie is rare in cultivate , nutans , heterodoxa , minor very common .

see here my updated web site for this genus Heliamphora

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