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For Sale Paph.armeniacum: 6-growth bareroot division. Rare opportunity!

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Rare opportunity to obtain a good-growing, agressively multiplying cultivar of this species! Excellent flower quality as well.

Split up a couple of my 15-growth armeniacums, and have a single plant connected mass of six growths to sell. Have attached a pic of the plant and the flower. $225 + $10 USPS priority mail shipping.

Not currently in spike/bloom. Plant pic is exact plant for sale. Flower pic is of previous blooming of parent plant prior to division. U.S. shipping only, priority mail (AK + HI additional shipping applies). Paypal only, immediate payment required following purchase confirmation. NO HOLDS; first come first served. Buyer responsible for informing of weather issues re: shipping. Though I will pack crefully, I cannot be responsible for weather or damage in shipping.
 

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I would like this please. Can pay tonight when I get home (I have Paypal). Am in Texas and can mail heat packs to you if needed. Can also send you a prepaid Fed-Ex or UPS label. A plant this rare- I will pay to get it express delivered.
 
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Plant received. Thank you! This is really incredible- in person this is about the healthiest looking armeniacum clump I have ever seen. And this really gives me hope to have such a vigorous parent in an eventual sib cross that can hopefully lead to an easier to grow population for long term cultivation.
 

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I'm glad you're happy with the plant! Good luck with your breeding program!
 

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D’aww I’d have gone for one little sprout ;). Whence did you obtain the original?
I got it as a small seedling from Venger's Orchids. I do have some individual plants left from that and another 15-growth one I broke up, as well as one entire 31-growth plant (in a separate post) for sale.
 
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