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Discussion in 'Wanted' started by KellyW, Aug 10, 2014.
Does anyone know of a domestic source for these species?
Maybe Botanica for the Oeonia? I know many of these came in looking very rough from Malala. I'm not sure how many have actually survived the import process over the years. I think Jacob had a healthy plant at one time.
I've come across the Pleuro a few times on Ebay, but they weren't cheap. I knew of a nursery that carried it relatively recently at one point but have forgotten who it was...maybe Parkside?
Let me know if you find an Oeonia!
Will do. I checked Parkside's web page (as Zach suggested) and it wasn't listed. I may make some phone calls and emails following my upcoming trip. I'll post here if I find anything.
If you find that Oeonia, make sure you get one for me. I will trade my P. teres and send one of my grandmother's arms as bonus.
ps, I don't know the plant source. It was a gift 7-8 years ago.
In that new Aerangis book I noticed that Jacob has a Aerangis x Oeonia hybrid registered. I want to guess rosea x luteo alba.
really? I don't think the 2 are closely related!
Its Aeroeonia Linda Terrill (Aer luteo alba x Oeonia volucris) J.U. Knect
interesting...I wonder if Jacob has a picture of the bloom? I think he is required to send the RHS a pic whenever a new nothogenus is created.
Right!? I wish hrs would put an image with their registrar
I've got a spare piece of P. teres I can send you if you are still looking.
Cool. I'll send you a PM.
Kelly, did you get in on the Malala order for some Oeonia goodness?
No, I didn't. I have never ordered from Malala and probably never will. I will leave those plants to the hard core Ang collectors. What did they have available?
The volucris and oncidiflora. The latter of which is synonymous with rosea.
There is a selfing fruit of oncidiflora, so couple more years...