The genus Heliamphora contains 23 species of marsh pitcher plants endemic to South America. Also known as sun pitchers, based on the heli of Heliamphora is from the Greek helios, meaning “sun”.
These plants love cool days around 75/80F and night time drops into the 50’s for success. Many do well dropping just to around 60F. Moist, bright, and good airflow is key.
Heliamphora sarracenioides large division RARE!
This is our favorite Heliamphora!!!!! Endemic to Ptari Tepui
state, Venezuela, sarracenioides produces serpent looking pitchers that turn blood red in good light! This is a mature division from our collection! A must have for the Heli collector!
Highland. Exact plant as seen in the main images.
Heliamphora uncinata MATURE DIVISION
Heliamphora uncinata is a species of Marsh Pitcher Plant endemic to Amuri Tepui, Venezuela. This species was only discovered in 2009! A great companion plant for Nepenthes!
Heliamphora are highland plants and prefer temperatures between 70-80F during the day and 55-60F at night for best results.
They need very high humidity and strong light to grow well.
They prefer RO or distilled water. In our greenhouse, we foliate feed bi weekly with 1/4 strength Maxsea.
Highland. Exact plant as seen in the images. Mature division. Shipped potted.
Heliamphora folliculata MATURE SEED GROWN DIVISION
Another unique species of marsh pitcher plant endemic to the Aparam group of Tepuis in venezuela. It grows on Aparaman Tepui, Murosipan Tepui, Tereke Tepui and Kamakeiwaran Tepui. It produces blunt pitchers that turn a brilliant red in good light! This is a seed grown division from our large plant. We originally obtained it from the well known Jeremiah Harris.
Highland. Mature division. Seed grown.