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Ambrella longituba seedling, SUPER rare Angraecoid

Discussion in 'For Trade/Sale' started by Sam, Jun 9, 2019.

  1. Sam

    Sam New Member

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    Hello,

    well I kinda just created this account for this purpose, but I'm positively surprised.. Seems to be a nice forum here.

    Anyways, I have this established Ambrella longituba seedling for TRADE (and maybe sale!?).

    EU ONLY!



    As you nerds probably already know.. it's pretty damn rare and probably/maybe extinct in the wild.
    Cultivation is fairly easy.. Pretty much grow it warm all year around and let it dry between waterings.. High humidity (though it has fairly thick leaves so it can probably go lower, too) and medium shade light.. Basically an Aerangis biloba. lol.
    This is my second biggest seedling.
    And as far as I know they don't need to be super big to flower. In fact they dont get big at all.
    Sooo.. I'd be happy to give it to someone who appreciates it as much as I do.
    I'm looking for some other rare Angraecoid orchids.. just offer me something. :)
    I plan on giving away a few more in the upcoming months.. so stay tuned :D

    Cheers, Sam
     

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  2. DPfarr

    DPfarr Well-Known Member

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    Wish that was more widespread. Looks amazing.
     
  3. gg68

    gg68 Angraecoid addict

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    You can contact me Sam, sure you will find something in my 250 Angraecum orchids species...:D
     
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  4. gg68

    gg68 Angraecoid addict

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    Do you have a picture of the mother pkant blooming??