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Cypripedium lichiangense japonicum henryi

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yijiawang

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wanna trade
or swap Helleborus and Hepatica(horticultural species with many petals ), American Cypripedium or Phragpedium.

Please Email me if you are interested in them

Email: [email protected]
 

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TheLorax

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The last one appears to be propagated. I found out she was from China from Candace so I'm good to go.

Beautiful photos of orchids though. Particularly the ones yijiawang has shared in situ.
 

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The last one appears to be propagated.
There's no way to tell a Cyp is wild collected from looking at the leaves. The rhizome tells the story with these. I'm basing my assumption upon the rarity in culture (save japonicum, maybe) of these species. How many people have been successful in growing lichiangense from seed? Not many, that's for sure.
 

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Oh sure, they voluntarily participated in the convention. Now all you need is for the person on the other end to have the appropriate export papers and phytos. Eric, hold off for about 10 days please. Pm me for details.
 
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