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Dracula for trade

Discussion in 'For Trade/Sale' started by orchidnick, Mar 14, 2013.

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  1. orchidnick

    orchidnick Member

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    At the turn of the year I gave my Dracs new moss. There is no free lunch at my place, I took divisions from some. Most have established themselves and are actively growing. There are 2 numbers after each name, the first represents the number of leaves dating back to the division. The second, after the dash, represents the number of new leaves that are growing at this time.

    I'm interested in cold growing plants and Bulbos but will take any species or primary hybrid I don't have.

    Here is the list:
    astute ‘Kent’ 8-8
    bella ‘Alek’ 5-3
    chestertonii 8-4
    cordoba ‘Windflower’ AM/AOS 4-3
    dalstroemii 6-9
    delasandroi 106
    deltoida 7-5
    diabola ‘adianae’ 10-10
    felix ‘Le Chat’ 20-10
    fulgifer 6-5
    gorgona 6-8
    gorgona ‘Oscura’ 4-4 2-5
    gorgonella 1-2 (I’d want to sit on that one for a month or so before sending it)
    hirsute 3-3
    hirtzii ‘Pul Y’s’ HCC/AOS
    houteana 6-1 6-6
    janatiae 8-4 12-6
    Jester (platycrater x lotax) 7-4
    kareniae 3-5
    lafleurii ‘John Leathers’ 7-5
    marsupialis 5-4
    mopsus ‘Old Court’ 6-5
    navaroon ‘Juan’ 2-3
    nicterinae 10-5
    octavio 3-3
    octavio ‘Claire’ 4-3
    orientalis 6-5
    Quasimodo 'Blackmus' HCC/AOS (gigas x bella) 4-4
    presby ‘Snow Cloud’ 12-5
    psitacina 8-4
    radiella 3-6
    rezekiana 3-3
    saulii 3-2
    schudellii 8-5
    simian 5-5
    soderoi ‘Firecracker’ 10-5 8-6
    Ushi {Quasimodo (gigas x bella) x robledorum} 2-4 2-5
    vampira {(HH x Tyler) x Walter} 3-5 (small)
    vampira (Walter x sib) 5-6
    vampira 'Zorba' 3-2 3-3
    velutina var xanthia 3-6 (small)
    venosa 3-4
    verticulosa 3-4
    vinecea 8-8

    Nick
     
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    newbud Active Member

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    WOW
     
  3. eithan0693

    eithan0693 Member

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    Any chance you still have some of these???
     
  4. KellyW

    KellyW Orchid wonk Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Orchidnick hasn't been on this forum for over a year. I believe it is Nick that sells on Ebay as omi1011
     
  5. eithan0693

    eithan0693 Member

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    Oh that's sad to hear. I'm looking for some Dracula orchids :)
     
  6. KellyW

    KellyW Orchid wonk Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Many (most) Draculas are cool growers. They are awesome plants but do your homework first and get some that will work in your conditions. My experience is that they are not very forgiving of unfavorable conditions.

    Perhaps do your own post asking if anyone wants to trade and ID what you have available. Good luck.
     
  7. eithan0693

    eithan0693 Member

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    Yeah I'm pretty sure I can handle them, Ive done my research ;) I never risk getting the plants before knowing how to grow them. I already have 80 species of plants, but only 2 orchids most are carnivorous