The name says it all!This cultivar is monstrous to say at least. Easily by far the biggest Heliamphora I have ever seen and I've seen and grown quite a lot!Young plants of this unique cultivar are available. Some with juvenile leaves and a few with first adult ones. Very limited. First come first serve!
The goal is to combine the pitcher and lid shape of my best clone of Heliamphora parva and the size of Heliamphora "Godzilla".The plants are of course still too small to say the latter. But unfortunately, due to lack of space, I don't have the chance to test all clones for their size potential and have to part with some of them. Your chance!
One of my best crosses so far. Absolutely unique!The plants are very vigorous and divisive and quickly form cushions of conspicuous pitchers.Instead of a lid, most pitchers bear only a long extended needle-like tip!
A very beautyful hybrid or a mutant of Heliamphora heterodoxa?This originates from H. heterodoxa seeds that possibly were cross pollinated with something else from my greenhouse by an insect?I consider to register it as Heliamphora "Black Cherry"The lids are almost black and glossy!Very nice!
Here you have the opportunity to acquire one of the few, variegated Heliamphora in cultivation. Absolutely spectacular marsh pitcher plant with a play of colors from pink, white, red and green.While the nectar spoons appear in their typical red, the pitchers are mostly spotted white-green and adorned with a pink edge, depending on the light exposure.A unique eye-catcher for any Heliamphora or Tepui setup!
A very interesting new cross.The pitchers are hairy on the outside and deep red in colour.Typical are the "sunken" upper pitcher areas and the drooping lids. A cluster of pitchers therefore looks like a group of bent mourners.
A selected clone of Heliamphora chimantensis x pulchella. It's notable for its red veins forming a pattern that is reminiscent of a spiderweb. I plan to register this plant as a cultivar - Heliamphora "Spiderweb"Only very few divisions are available.
Our selected clone of Heliamphora heterodoxa x ionasi is characterized by its extraordinary vigor and robustness. I know plants that spend the summer in bog beds or simply without protection on the balcony or terrace. Even under such sub-optimal conditions the plants reach a n impressive size.This robustness is, in my experience, well inherited and I expect that Heliamphora (heterodoxa x ionasi) x exappendiculata Araopan is also an exceptionally easy cross suitable for beginners.
Single seedlings, Individual clones.All of them already have adult leaves! As with all multi-hybrids, there is quite a bit of variation. I will keep about 5 of my favorite clones for further breeding and vegetative propagation in the future, but most clones are unique specimens that are not reproduced in vitro. Once they are gone, they are gone!