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Heliamphora

Heliamphora pulchella

A very nice plant, growing almost submerged on Amuri Tepui.

The genus Heliamphora nowadays consists of 24 recognized taxa and a some populations that might justify a description in future. All of them grow in Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil. Several manmade and natural hybrids offer additional variation for a collection of this small and exclusive genus.

Heliamphora arenicola (Tramen Tepui) Just described! This species is notable for it's deep red nectar spoons. Only known from a small sandy plain at intermediate altidude. 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora ceracea (Cerro Neblina, Braz. Ven.) A wonderful species! It seems to e the closest relative of the famous Heliamphora macdonaldae! The species is notable for it's waxy and hairless interior pitcher surface with big nectar glands alon... 30,00 EUR

Heliamphora chimantensis (Chimanta, Ven) (2 pc) This phantastic species will finally become available. This is a very recently discovered speecies from the Chiimanta massif. The pitchers are slender and upright, similar to H. tatei. Seems to be an ... 35,00 EUR

Heliamphora chimantensis (Chimanta, Venezuela) This phantastic species will finally become available. This is a very recently discovered speecies from the Chiimanta massif. The pitchers are slender and upright, similar to H. tatei. Seems to be an ... 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora ciliata (Lowland) Heliamphora ciliata (Lowland). Ever heared about a real lowland Heliamphora? Here it is! This plant grows below 1000 meters above sea level. After having more experience in cultivating this species by this time, we can safely state that this while still extremely rare in is collections, this isan easy plant to grow. Highly recommended! 40,00 EUR

Heliamphora collina (Foothills Testigos) The first record for this species dates back to 1986, when Otto Huber collected the type specimen of this taxon which was, however, classified as H. heterodoxa and filed as such in the Caracas herb... 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora elongata (Ilu Tepui) Fairly new species, just described. See pictures in the main web-site. 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora exappendiculata (Amuri Tepui) This species, formally known as a variety of H. heterodoxa has just been put on specific rank in 2006. It's unique for not having a real lid but just a more or less developped rudiment. The form f... 30,00 EUR

Heliamphora exappendiculata (Apacapa Tepui) Divisions from large plants - various sizes available. All with adult pitchers. 30,00 EUR

Heliamphora exappendiculata (Chimanta Tepui) This species, formally known as a variety of H. heterodoxa has just been put on specific rank in 2006. It's unique for not having a real lid but just a more or less developped rudiment. The form f... 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora folliculata (Aparaman Tepui, Ven.) Just recently described - very interesting!!! This species of Heliamphora is unique for the strange nectar collecting 'bubble' at the lid. Such an organ is not known from any other member of Sarrac... 30,00 EUR

Heliamphora folliculata (Kamakawarai Tepui, Ven.) Just recently described - very interesting!!! This species of Heliamphora is unique for the strange nectar collecting 'bubble' at the lid. Such an organ is not known from any other member of Sarrac... 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora folliculata (Murosipan Tepui, Ven.) Just recently described - very interesting!!! This species of Heliamphora is unique for the strange nectar collecting 'bubble' at the lid. Such an organ is not known from any other member of Sarrac... 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora glabra (S. Do Sol, Guyana) Heliamphora glabra is a very nice species from the east of the distribution-range of Heliamphora. Formerly known as H. heterodoxa var. glabra it is now considered a good species. First plants shoul... 30,00 EUR

Heliamphora heterodoxa (Gran Sabana) The easiest species. Very pretty, yellow-green pitchers with big dark-red lids. H. Heterodoxa is the only species that does not only grow on the Tepuis, but is also found in the Gran Sabana. Here it g ... 15,00 EUR

Heliamphora heterodoxa x ionasii Very impressiv hybrid. Grows really huge! An ideal beginners plant as it is an easy and quick grower. 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora heterodoxa x nutans Very easy and beautiful. Grows quick! 10,00 EUR

Heliamphora hispida (Cerro Neblina, Venezuela) Recently described species. Very nice and easy.Tends to form clumps, similar as H. minor. 15,00 EUR

Heliamphora huberi (Amuri Tepui) Upright pitchers with red veins. 40,00 EUR

Heliamphora ionasii (Ilu Tepui, Venezuela) The biggest pitchers in the genus. A rosette of an adult H. ionasii is simply spectacular! Unfortunately it takes a while to grow such a plant. A "must" for the serious Heliamphora grower. 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora minor "Big Orange" After the fabulous H. minor "Burgundy Black" this is the next selected clone we release. Pitchers are fairly upright and colored in orange to red. A very nice and easy plant! 30,00 EUR

Heliamphora minor "Burgundy-Black" For quite a while we work on selecting special clones in Heliamphora. This is the first clone we release. We plan to register it as a cultivar shortly. If given good light these plants shows an ext... 40,00 EUR

Heliamphora minor "Selection 1" A very nice selected clone. Reddish on the outside, greenish on the inside of pitchers. 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora minor "Selection 4" A very nice selected clone. Reddish on the outside, greenish on the inside of pitchers. 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora minor (Auyan Tepui, Venezuela) The smallest species. Very nice. Easy grower. Once the plants start to divide, forming clumps, H. minor probably is the most beautiful of all Heliamphoras! 10,00 EUR

Heliamphora minor var. pilosa (Auyan) Our most spectacular introduction since N. edwardsiana. It has been eagerly expected by many and despite it small size by many is regarded as the most beautiful and spectacular of all Heliamphoras!... 130,00 EUR

Heliamphora neblinae (Avispa Venezuela) New and spectacular! From Cerro Avispa. Much bigger than the plants from the type location. 40,00 EUR

Heliamphora neblinae (Cerro Neblina, Braz. Ven.) Very variable plant. Also known as H. neblinae. 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora neblinae x hispida (Cerro Neblina) Natural hybrid. 20,00 EUR

Heliamphora nutans (Giant Form) Much bigger and easier than the typical form. It's not really clear, where these plants originate. They were grown in the Oxford botanical garden (UK) for decades but apparently nobody still knows, wh ... 20,00 EUR

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