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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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Here some updates of some Nepenthes pitchers... Nepenthes macrophylla, which made slightly smaller pitchers after changing the lights to LED... Nepenthes hurreliana made an upper pitcher, which

Hydnophytum spec. Doorman 's Top Some nice Utricularia... U. quelchii flowered the first time for me with 8 flower stalks in total U. jamesoniana is still alive on the bark after 3 years bu

Hi there, here are some pictures of this year - hope you enjoy them as much as I do!? first some Nepenthes N. macrophylla Clone 5 made a 20cm pitcher Later this year N. lowii still much

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?

 

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Petr

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