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My newest "must have" is Paph. spiceranum. Anyone know of a good resource for at least a near-bloom size plant? Anyone have a division that needs a good home? I'd be willing to pay anything not resembling the inflated prices for divisions on eBay. Thanks!
 

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cdub said:
My newest "must have" is Paph. spiceranum. Anyone know of a good resource for at least a near-bloom size plant? Anyone have a division that needs a good home? I'd be willing to pay anything not resembling the inflated prices for divisions on eBay. Thanks!
Shouldn't be a difficult one to find but I will look around tomorrow for you. Maybe try B&B orchids? I got mine free from them ages ago (I don't have it any more though.)
 

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I'd talk to John at Parkside about that one. I bought one from them last year in flower. It was a GREAT flower. But don't be surprised if he has 2 prices for two different quality of plants. Remember you have to pay for what you get.
 
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Bob in Albany said:
I'd talk to John at Parkside about that one. I bought one from them last year in flower. It was a GREAT flower. But don't be surprised if he has 2 prices for two different quality of plants. Remember you have to pay for what you get.
different prices for different quality plants?

spicerianum is a species plant with a couple of varieties, surely theres not that much difference.
 

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Pathos said:
different prices for different quality plants?

spicerianum is a species plant with a couple of varieties, surely theres not that much difference.
if it is just a cross of typical plants, the price will be less than it is for an awarded cross. an FCC x FCC cross would, most likely, be even more
(does that make sense?)
 

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