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Old 22nd September 2009, 03:22 PM
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Jeff,you know alot about heliamphora don't you?
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when you cultivate some plant ( for me heliamphora-pinguicula -stylidium- ant plants -dorstenia) you must know also their ecology 'in situ' .

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Old 26th September 2009, 09:11 PM
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Well, I still like lowland heliam because electricity really expensive in Vietnam and to cool down a grow chamber cost a lot of energy.
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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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The plant sold as "H. sp. low meadow" and Wistuba's "H. sp. Lowland" are the same plant.
It will have a name very soon (in december).

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Old 21st October 2009, 03:55 PM
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thanks for the infos FRANÇOIS ;I did not know that Wistuba proposed the same one as Extrem planthttp://www.extreme-plants.eu/ under other name .indeed if the photographs are looked , they seem very near
unfortunately not by the price


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TranMinh, I agree with you that lowland helis are fairly easy to maintain provided they have high humidity and good ventilation. Cooling/Air conditioning at night is a bonus but I don' seem to think it necessary.

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Old 26th October 2009, 04:42 PM
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all the heliamphora have need : good aeration, good hygrometry , good light from december to march , good temperature.


for me no "lowland " species in the genus heliamphora .

600 to 1000 m in europe , asia, andine country are considered like a montain strage ( in french etage collineen )

in tropical country it is a hill land , here it is the foothills of the tepuis
sometimes wet areas or a altitude savanna like this gran sabana



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http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?p=947890
Wistuba are sale it
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for me it is a error .

the lowland area are neer the coast from 0 to 600 m for instant no heliamphora in this zone , too warm.

if the "sp lowland" it realy a "sp low meadow" their definitive name is H.ciliata

see here their particularity http://fern72.free.fr/siteweb/heliamphora.html

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Old 10th January 2011, 07:29 PM
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show more latest pics of your helis Mr.Jeff
i love seing good helis been grown good in human cultivation
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