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Orchiflora offers a large selection of hardy orchids, some of them are rare and not commonly found in any nursery
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If you can give me a mail here or in a private message so I can send you the list if you are interested.
 

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If you can give me a mail here or in a private message so I can send you the list if you are interested.
We can't see the photos, you need to use another site besides photobucket

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Dot, I'm guessing that it's not her/his website, but this is probably it:
https://www.facebook.com/orchifloragarden/
and probably
https://www.facebook.com/orchiflora/

Are Cypripedium lentiginosum, C. margariftaceum, C. lichiangense, C. subtropicum successfully propagated artificially in Europe? Or are these from Chinese source? I wonder where C. irapeanum is coming from, too.

Note that species name (epithet) should not be capitalized (e.g. it should be Paphiopedilum villosum var. annamens).
 

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Yes....suspicious

Are Cypripedium lentiginosum, C. margariftaceum, C. lichiangense, C. subtropicum successfully propagated artificially in Europe? Or are these from Chinese source? I wonder where C. irapeanum is coming from, too.

Yes,there is a nursery in Belgium that seems managed to reproduce them...and also grow them for a while...i dont know if they are able to grow them to flower and keep them alive for years...

you can see photos in their website(example irapeanum):

http://www.albiflora.be/plantdetail.php?id=71
 

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Yes....suspicious



Yes,there is a nursery in Belgium that seems managed to reproduce them...and also grow them for a while...i dont know if they are able to grow them to flower and keep them alive for years...

you can see photos in their website(example irapeanum):

http://www.albiflora.be/plantdetail.php?id=71

Thank you, Valenzino! Their breeding is amazing! It appears that Albiflora can export with proper documentation! Hmmm, but first I should work on growing easier Cyps better....
 

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I don't have CITES permission all the plants are artificcially propagated none of them are wild collected.
 

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Also any 25 plants bought I plant a Cypripedium calceolus in the wild, I am also working on a website.
 
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