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Hi Marni. I'm from Brazil and new to this Forum. I loved the photos of Promenaea guttata you post. Congratulations. Most Promenaea species are somehow difficult to find out in Brazil, a paradox, isn't that?!.
I found reference to you and Ecoweb. I was hoping you were still in the business or willing to direct me to a source. I am in a pinch, high visibility install rapidly approaching, the prototype is failing, and I believe ecoweb is key to making it a success. would you mind calling when you have a moment?
I'm looking for some NZ orchids. You mentioned Russel Hutton of L&R. He may still be there, maybe not. Do you have an email address for him?
I'm looking high and low for Winkia (Dendrobium) cunninghamii and Earina autumnalis. Any chance you have them?
Do you have this Dendrobium cunninghamii in your collection? I'm in California where the climate is similar but I must irrigate in summer, No frost in decades and then it was about -3C. I want to buy one of these and have PayPal or can do a transfer from account.
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Hello, I see you have success with DENDROBIUM HEKOUENSE. I just today received a tiny straggly looking plant and wonder if you would share some growing support. I grow under lights in upper 50 to mid 60 percent humidity, low end household temperatures. I joined this forum today and do not yet know how to post images. Thank you
Hi , am still trying to work out how the site works . Wanted to comment of the Paph QF John Fields .
L. Finckeniana is L. albida x L. anceps var Guerrero
For this one, I would also consider sending a Mexipedium xerophyticum, though you probably already have it. I can see what is divisible if you let me know what you're looking for. Fingers crossed you still have a piece left. I am also still looking for Den. cyanocentrum blue, agathodaemonis red and others. Darn character limit! Best, Tyson
I noticed your post for trades, and I am very interested in the Sophronitis pygmaea! I have a lot of things I could potentially trade for it, Den. cuthbertsonii divisions, freshly deflasked top-notch Soph. wittigiana round form, established Lepanthes disticha, Pleurothallis longirepens, Stanhopea tigrina, gastrochilus fuscopunctatus seedlings, leads from C. walkeriana 'monte azul,' and also Nepenthes species.
How are things? hope those Lepanthes are doing well for you! That cuthbie yellow from you didn't make it sadly, but I got some in from Germany to fill the void, and they are thriving. Also that L. mariposa flask from didn't yield anything, the flask was starving when they sent it, and none of the seedlings made it.
Hi Nicholas. If you are interested in one of the Habenaria carnea alba. Please let me know. I am happy to sell or trade one.
Thank you for the offer! However, I actually found and purchased one earlier this year. I may come to you later though, because I only have one at the moment and I'm always open to introducing new genetics into my collection for breeding. Thank you!
Does anybody remember Jerry's Grow?!
Interested in the maxillaria refuensis if it’s still available!
How do I lost my ORCHIDS?
Thanks for your response in regards led lights. How big an area would one of those white led flood lights take? I would assume they would be able to both grow and flower my plants? Would you happen to have a picture of your setup? I would say I would have at least 50-75 plants I would want to keep. Would one, say 300W, be enough to grow and bloom this many plants? Again thanks for your reply.