New plant list: July, 2015 part 4 of 4

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  1. Jul 11, 2015 #1

    John M

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    Potinara Marion Smith 'Crystelle' AM/AOS - NBS - golden yellow clone - Krull-Smith breeding - $30.

    Promenea xanthina 'Sheila' - small BS - division - Select quality - $25

    Promenea ovatiloba - BS - $25.

    Slc. Anduril 'Krull's Scarlet' AM/AOS - small BS - $25.

    Slc. Jungle Beau 'Lakeland' AM/AOS - BS - mounted - produces 1 to 3 long lasting flowers per growth - blooms more than once per year - 8 growths of varying sizes including 1 lead growth - $50.

    Sobralia (macrantha?) 'Charlie' - 'Not sure about the identity........I have my doubts. However, whatever the name, it's a very vigorous grower/bloomer that readily produces a succession of medium sized, gorgeous, very Cattleya-like, mauve/pink flowers that last 3 or 4 days each. BS divisions - minimum 4 growths - $45. Larger plants available.

    Sobralia sanderiana - BS division (minimum 4 growth) - $75.

    Spathoglottis (parsonii x Java Beauty) 'Sheila' AM/AOS
    (awarded as Spathoglottis veillardii) - BS division - a very vigorous, easy blooming clone with superior quality, large flowers - $65.

    Stanhopea candida - a fairly miniature species Stanhopea - pure white and very fragrant - BS division - $65.

    Stanhopea embreei - BS division - $50.

    Stanhopea wardii - dark yellow - small BS division - $25

    Thunia marshalliana 'New Life' AM/AOS - BS - 2 mature canes - This is my last piece of this plant - $65.

    Vanda Sansai Blue - BS - $50.

    Vanda (Lumpini Red x coerulea v. pink) - BS, inverted hanging - $40.

    Non-Orchids

    Anthurium - very long lasting, LARGE RED flowers on mature plants - blooms all year long - established divisions in 4" pots - mature plants need 8 to 10" pots - $30.

    Bird's Nest Fern - beautiful fern with wide, wavy-edged leaves - $5 to $10. Some larger.

    Black Mission Fig tree - Rooted cuttings ~about 2' to 3' tall. This tree is root hardy outdoors without protection (new growth reaches about 8' high before the frost kills it down again). Leaves grow to enourmous size! It is fully hardy with careful protection. 'Makes a nice house plant too! Old wood produces delicious, Black Mission Figs! - $20.

    Clivia miniata - BS divisions of this seldom seen, free blooming, tropical lily - $25 to $50.

    Dragon Fruit plants - climbing Cactus - Huge flowers followed by tasty fruit - Chunky, young plants in 4" pots - $10 each

    Impatiens niamniamensis (aka: Parrot Flower) - BS rooted, potted cuttings - $5 to $15 each

    Pilea microphylla (Artillery Plant) - a robust and very beautiful fern-like and succulent miniature plant. Tiny, gunpowder-like seeds easily germinate - can be invasive in a greenhouse - 3" pot - $4.

    Papyrus (Dwarf - only up to ~20 inches) - loves standing water - beautiful, flowing foliage topped with sturdy seed heads - various pot sizes - 3 1/2" pot - $5. Larger plants available.

    Sininngia cardinalis - small BS - $10 each. Hummingbirds LOVE this!

    Thanks everyone!

    John
     
  2. Jul 12, 2015 #2

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    For sale in u.s.?
     
  3. Jul 12, 2015 #3

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    Part #1, page #1, first line: :poke:

    "Here is an updated list of spare plants and divisions available for sale. Shipping within Canada only. Sorry! Plants remain for sale until paid for....first come - first served.

    Contact/order by e-mail please
    ssamarcotte@aol.com"
     
  4. Jul 14, 2015 #4

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  5. Jul 14, 2015 #5

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    LOL! Well, that would certainly be our gain, Dot....to add you to our list of great growers.....and photographers!
     
  6. Jul 15, 2015 #6

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    I wish I could consider myself a great grower, but too many deaths preclude that!
     

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