The famed South American Pitcher Plant! Found on the tabletop mountains (tepuis) of Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana, Heliamphora are a unique genus of carnivorous plants, most closely related to the North American Pitcher Plants (Sarracenia) of the U.S. Gulf Coast. Instead of a fully formed hood over the pitcher opening, these plants have a rounded nectar 'spoon', which attracts prey and causes them to slip into the bottom of the pitcher. AMAZING! Most grow in intermediate conditions, but there are lowlanders as well!