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Old 20th September 2009, 04:13 PM
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Default 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. This is really great, the hemliamphora can grow without cooler. Check in HERE .
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Old 20th September 2009, 05:32 PM
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Great!!!......but 5000 eur????!!!!That's crazy man!Better to buy a HL heliamphora and let it acclimate!
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50euro marvin not 5000euro
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50euro marvin not 5000euro
Ooh....can they ship to other countries?But it's also expensive.Two hundred plus?
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well if you grow plants in terratium it will cost a lot of money in electric for cooler lowland heliamphora is better.
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Nice plant! Pinkish and not so high. Looks like a good buy to me.
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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

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i do believe the 'lowland' forms actually grow around cool springs
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But do they still need high humidity?Probably isn't it....
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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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