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Old 21st November 2009, 04:53 PM
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Old 22nd November 2009, 06:53 PM
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I use just a natural light ( the sun) but some of my friend use this 'turbo neon' or fluo compacts light : blue( for the growth) and red( for the flower) 250w 6400k ; some time also in sodium vapour with a orange light from 250w to 1000w .

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I got a heliamphora few months ago. Now, the plant is giving me 2 new growing point. 1 of it is shown below and the others still forming... Few pitcher is break because of my careless.



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Nice plant, Heliamphora is new to me, where can get those plant?
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The plant die on me... Starting, the plant growing well, and have more growing point. But, with smaller pitcher (not mature pitcher). Few months ago, the whole pot just dry by it self
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Heliamphora needs lots of humidity. Phew......
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I dont think humidity is the problem that causing tat.
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this genus have need of a great air hygrometry 80 to 90% all the time , the pitcher must have always water ( raining water) inside to disolve the prey .


casey hoo :what were your growing conditions ?

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The heli dies because of the heat to the root crown. Heli roots cant withstand heat for prolong period. You may grow it for a short period then suddenly the whole plant die.
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this genus have need of a great air hygrometry 80 to 90% all the time , the pitcher must have always water ( raining water) inside to disolve the prey .


casey hoo :what were your growing conditions ?

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I grow mine outdoor at tropical temperature (I didnt measure how much is the temperature at my garden). Media is pure spagnum moss. Sit on 1cm water tray.

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