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That is a massive series !! Not sure what is most relevant to be pointed out.

Let's say that I do fancy the N. glabrata's natural appearance and the less hairy H. minor var. pilosa.

BTW, congrat's for your U. campbelliana :). It seems you master the culture of most of the trickiest Utricularia around.

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Thanks Vince!

At least I manage most from the section Orchidioides and Chelidon... All others have hard times! :-D

I still envy you a bit for your 6 flowers on your U. campbelliana. Also U. mannii seems to like it a lot on your xaxim wall - can't wait to see some more from the section Orchidioides in flower there!!!

 

The N. glabrata pitcher is the first one which grew in my Vaccinium spec. Borneo - now I remember again why I started to grow thisone and also some other Rhododendron spec.. ;-)

 

 

Cheers

Marc

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Hi,

your wish is my command! :D

 

Some Heliamphora exappendiculatas from various locations

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Heliamphora neblinae 'mysterious giant'

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My favourite ionasii Klon 1

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Another one clone 4

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Heliamphora minor var. pilosa Auyan giant: gettin some dark color!

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my second clone from Auyan is growing much slower but has a nicer shape...

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also some of the pulchellas are gettin darker...

 

Churi clone

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Amuri hairless clone

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Amuri clone Z10

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H. huberi Amuri

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H. minor Cerro la Luna (possibly hairy)

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H. sarracenioides 'squat' is one of my favourite Helis at the moment, but also U. mannii is flowering like crazy!

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Cheers

Marc

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It seems it was very useful to ask for some pictures, those are great Heliamphora :) !

 

I really like the U. mannii, the Z10 H. pulchella, the dark pilosa and the killer ionasi. Difficult to make a choice ;).

What are the features of the clone #4 ? Is it the long bristles one ? I'm quite lost among all the ionasi clones.

 

AW told me H. minor "Burgundy Black" come from a bunch of seedlings of H. minor var. pilosa {Cerro la Luna}.

I think we can say your H. minor {Cerro la Luna} resembles it quite a lot, doesn't it ?

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Hi Vince,
thanks a lot for the nice comment! I agree, it's hard to choose a favorite amoung them. The clone 4 comes from the same source as my killer 1, but it's not the long bristled one - it's a striped clone from seeds that should get quite big too... ;-)

My long bristled clone (alias killer 2) is flowering atm and not really showy!

 

Yes, as far as I know BB comes from Cerro la Luna, but this one might be hairy outside... not as pilosa, but just a slight thin indumentum! Maybe BB as that too, I don't know, because my plant just got adult (again)...

But they are both slow as hell!!! :D

How is yours looking??

 

 

Cheers

Marc

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Hello,

 

very nice plants! How old is your N. macrophylla please?

 

Regards,

Petr

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