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Bundle: 5 different Nepenthes edwardsiana hybrids
Five different Nepenthes edwardsiana hybrids at a special price!

From €228.00*
Bundle: Borneo Classics - The most beautiful and impressive highland Nepenthes
This set includes the most important Borneo classics among the highland Nepenthes species!

From €249.00*
Bundle: Nepenthes aristolochioides and hybrids with Nepenthes aristolochioides
Nepenthes aristolochioides and different hybrids with this beautiful species at a special price!

From €133.00*
Bundle: Various clones of Heliamphora minor var. pilosa
A nice selection of different Heliamphora minor var. pilosa types at a reduced set price.Contains my 3 best clones - clone 1, 2 and 3!!!

From €215.00*
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Heliamphora 'Cyclops'
A very impressive and well-known variety by the late Andy Smith,this cross is known for its extremely pronounced lids .

€75.00*
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Heliamphora "Godzilla" x parva (Extremely Hairy)
A cross between one of the best clones of Heliamphora parva and Heliamphora "Godzilla" known to me!Only a few single clones of the preselection available.

€75.00*
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Heliamphora folliculata (Kamakawarai Tepui, Ven.)
One of the most recognizable species of Heliamphora because of its large tubular pitchers and unusual spoon that contains a hallow chamber for storing nectar. Found on top of the Los Testigos chain of tepuis at elevations of 1700-2400m, this Heliamphora braves the elements in the mutual shelter of dense scrub vegetation. It prefers permanently wet surfaces such as seepage sites and near waterfalls in sunny and exposed areas. The pitchers are long and tubular with a minimal narrowing at the waist where a drainage hole is present to regulate the water contained within. In cross section, the leaves are often kidney shaped. The unique concave spoon emerges directly from the back of the pitcher with the front extended over the pitcher opening, while a hallow chamber is present at the back and serves to store nectar. The color is golden yellow in young leaves suffusing to a uniform orange, pink, and red in mature ones. The foliage is typically held at an acute angle up to 45 degrees and often rests on surrounding vegetation but plants have the same growth habit even when no such vegetation is present. It is believed that this is an adaptation to keep the center of the rosette exposed to sunlight and free of competing vegetation. In cultivation this means the plants need a good amount of room to spread horizontally and should not be kept too close to other specimen in the collection. Though folliculata is said to reach no more than 30cm in nature, that size can be easily attained by some clones in cultivation and plants do get much wider as they clump, making this species one of the most robust. Easy to care for, vibrantly colored, and fast growing, this Heliamphora is great for beginners, though its growth habit means a good amount of room should be provided. (Wistuba, A., P. Harbarth & T. Carow, 2001)

€75.00*
Heliamphora pulchella (Amuri Tepui)
The plants from the Amuri Tepui are characterized by a largely complete absence of the bristly hairs that are otherwise typical of the species. They grow extremely wet, often in water. The coloration is extremely dark red.The Beautiful Heliamphora (from pulcher-beautiful) certainly earns its namesake with its attractive foliage which looks almost ornamental in habitat. This species is a must for people who like compact clumping plants! H. pulchella is one of the most ecologically adaptable, variable, and widely distributed taxa in the genus. It is found between 1850-2550m elevation in a range of habitats throughout the desiccated Chimanta Massif and surrounding tepuis- from marshy savannahs, to open clearings in Bonnetia forests and scrub vegetation, and in hummocks near shallow ponds and streams. In some situations, the plants can be completely submerged in water for a period of time! The foliage is generally stout (up to 12cm) with a wide opening that can be heart or bell shaped due to an incurve in the back from which the spoon emerges. The spoons are typically helmet shaped and held directly over the pitcher opening. A narrow slit at the front of the pitcher regulates the water level. Distinctive long retentive hairs are present in the pitcher interior that are often paired with a fine coating of small hairs. This gives the interior a beautiful silvery sheen. In some populations the long hairs are variously absent from portions of the interior, or completely non present. Both foliage and spoon are an even shade of dark red, maroon, or purple in strong light. In lower light, the foliage becomes a muted green, sometimes with faint red veins in the upper section. Several clones of this diminutive plant are offered and all have their merits. Though somewhat slow growing and favouring lower light than typical of the genus, H. pulchella is an excellent choice for the small species lover. (Wistuba, A., T. Carow, P. Harbarth & J. Nerz, 2005)The best clone I've selected so far and offspring from this clone from self pollination.

€40.00*
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Nepenthes (adnata x campanulata) x campanulata
The aim of this cross is to combine the dark colour of Nepenthes adnata and the dark form of Nepenthes campanulata.Only a few seedlings for sale!

€25.00*
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Nepenthes (aristolochioides x flava) x (flava x edwardsiana)
Nepenthes flava x edwardsiana is a wonderful hybrid, characterized by slightly funnel-shaped tall cans with a pronounced wrinkled-toothed peristome. For me it is one of the most beautiful hybrids with Nepenthes edwardsiana. Here the peculiar pitcher shape of Nepenthes aristolochioides is added to add further characteristics to the cross.I am very excited about the results!

€30.00*
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Nepenthes (aristolocioides x flava) x edwardsiana
Nepenthes flava x edwardsiana is a wonderful cross characterised by slightly funnel-shaped tall pitchers with a pronounced wrinkled-toothed peristome. For me, this is one of the most beautiful hybrids with Nepenthes edwardsiana, where the peculiar pitcher shape of Nepenthes aristolochioides is added to add further characteristics to the cross

€30.00*
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Nepenthes (campanulata x spectabilis) x campanulata
The idea of backcrossing with Nepenthes campanulata is to combine interesting colouring with the unique pitcher shape and rosette-like growth of Nepenthes campanulata.

€20.00*
Nepenthes (diabolica x hamata) x (lowii x campanulata)
Nepenthes Smilodon x (lowii x campanulata)!This cross includes several of the most impressive Nepenthes species and promises a very interesting result!

€75.00*
Nepenthes (flava x edwardsiana) x dubia
Nepenthes flava x edwardsiana is a wonderful cross, characterised by slightly funnel-shaped upper pitchers with a pronounced wrinkled-toothed peristome. For me one of the most beautiful hybrids with Nepenthes edwardsiana. The aim of crossing this hybrid with Nepenthes dubia is to emphasise the funnel shape even more and to flatten the peristome.I am very curious about the results!

€25.00* €50.00* (50% saved)
Nepenthes (flava x edwardsiana) x inermis
Nepenthes flava x edwardsiana is a wonderful cross, characterised by slightly funnel-shaped upper pitchers with a pronounced wrinkled-toothed peristome. For me one of the most beautiful hybrids with Nepenthes edwardsiana. The aim of crossing this hybrid with Nepenthes inermis is to emphasise the funnel shape and yellow colouring even more.I am very curious about the results!

€25.00*
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Nepenthes (hamata x diabolica) x (lowii x campanulata)
An extremely interesting cross with great parent species!

€30.00*
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Nepenthes (lowii x merrilliana) X campanulata
Nepenthes lowii x campanulata is a beautiful and well-known cross. The combination with Nepenthes merrilliana promises an even more impressive result!Only a few seedlings!

€30.00*
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Nepenthes (lowii x truncata squat) x (lowii x campanulata)
My best clone of Nepenthes lowii x truncatais a real monster. It has huge, beautifully shaped and very well coloured pitchers.This fantastic plant is the mother in this cross. The father plant is Nepenthes lowii x truncata, also a fantastic cross. I have high expectations for this cross with great parent plants!

€50.00*
Nepenthes (lowii x truncata squat) x peltata
My best clone of Nepenthes lowii x truncata is a real monster. It has huge, beautifully shaped and very well coloured pitchers.This fantastic plant is the mother in this cross. This fantastic mother plant crossed with Nepenthes peltata promises beautiful offspring.I have extremely high expectations for this cross with fantastic parent plants!

€50.00*
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Nepenthes (lowii x truncata) x flava
Nepenthes lowii x truncata is one of the best Nepenthes crosses ever! I am very curious to see what influence the rather dainty but very vigorous Nepenthes flava from Sumatra will have on this hybrid.

€40.00*
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Nepenthes (spathulata x adnata) x undulatifolia
Only a few seedlings available.

€15.00*
Nepenthes (veitchii x burbidgeae) x boschiana
This cross combines species with beautiful striped peristomes. A very promising cross!

From €10.00*
Nepenthes (veitchii x lowii) x eymae
Nepenthes veitchii x lowii is an impressive and vigorous cross. The combination with Nepenthes eymae also promises funnel-shaped upper pitchers.The last two pictures show the two parent species/hybrids.

€20.00*
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Nepenthes aristolochioides x (flava x edwardsiana)
Nepenthes flava x edwardsiana is a wonderful hybrid characterised by slightly funnel-shaped tall pitchers with a pronounced wrinkled and serrated peristome. For me it is one of the most beautiful hybrids with Nepenthes edwardsiana. Here the peculiar pitcher shape of Nepenthes aristolochioides is added to give the cross further characteristics andI am very excited to see the results!

From €25.00*