Picture of Heliamphora nutans
Heliamphora nutans

The commonest, and easiest of the Heliamphora species. This is the clone that's been in cultivation since the eighties, and is a good, vigourous clone. It produces a dense clump of green and red/pink infused pitchers to around 14 inches in height. The plants offered are fully rooted and hardened divisions, around 5-6 inches tall, and with mature pitchers.

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£20.00
Picture of Heliamphora nutans - Yuruani Tepui, Venezuela
Heliamphora nutans - Yuruani Tepui, Venezuela

A variant of H. nutans from Yuruani Tepui, and one proffered in the past, by myself included, as H. elongata. However, in their excellent book Sarraceniaceae of South America, my good chum Stewart McPherson et al., state that H. elongata is not on Yuruani, and all plants offered as such are in fact H. nutans. It doesn't matter a hoot, as this plant is a stunner. It reaches similar dimensions to the other H. nutans here, to around 12-14 inches in height, but produces a much bigger nectar spoon, the shape of which has been described as a WW2 helmet. The colours are more vivid, and the upper interior of the pitcher is covered in golden hairs. The plants offered here are fully rooted and hardened divisions, around 5-6 inches tall, and with mature pitchers.

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£25.00
Picture of Heliamphora tatei - Huamacare, Venezuela
Heliamphora tatei - Huamacare, Venezuela

Heliamphora tatei is a unique plant. It produces a stem, with the crown held several feet high, though to attain these dimensions takes decades! This is the first time this species has been offered in the UK, and those for sale have pitchers around 4-6 inches high, fully rooted and hardened, and with adult leaves. A fully mature specimen produces leaves to around 12-14 inches in height. This is a very rare plant, and is suitable for those who have previous experience with Heliamphora.

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£50.00