Phragmipedium

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  1. Feb 16, 2019 #1

    tamwi66

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    27072920_10211102606990113_5260242886598860217_n.jpg 27073187_10211102599989938_4808955320618833320_n.jpg 35925290_10212125559363283_7051378427835711488_n.jpg Phragmipediums for sale. I have a number of Phragmipedium caudatums that I would like to sell. All were imported more than 35 years ago from Ecuador. These are the best in terms of flower and growth that were kept by me from dozens initially imported. I also have many Phragmipedium sedenii divisions from a single plant which I purchased at a NYC Orchid show many years ago. I have included a few photos of the caudatums and the sedenii clone. The sedenii is very a profilic clone, the flower is large, deeply colored and probably would win awards if shown. I have always grown these plants very cool and have been rewarded with constrant flowering.
     
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    you did not say what prices you have in mind
     
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    Only for sale? Or for trade too?
     
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    I am selling my entire collection and do not wish to trade.
     
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    I’d also like to see pricing
     
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    Hi,
    I see you want to sell the entire of your collection. What all do you have, and what is the price you would ask for?
    Thank you!
     
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    Hi, NY'er here. How many growths are the caudatum and Sedenii? Thanks.
     
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    I will not ship international.
     
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    Caudatums are 3-5 growths and Sidenii are multiple growths 3-4-5-6-7-8. All are very large old plants. Caudatums were originally collected long before CITES went into law.
     
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    Photos are posted. Caudatums are multiple growth adult plants and Sidenii are also multiple growth plants.
     
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    Pricing depends on how many growth plants.
     
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    No trades, I am selling my entire collection.
     
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    Depends on number of growths.
     
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    How much for a 3-growth caudatum?
     
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    no hatred!!
    Why are you selling your collection? Curious to know what else you have for sale!!
     
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    I have been growing orchids for many, many years and would like to pursue my other hobbies, woodturning, woodcarving and fishing. My remaining orchids were all imported from around the world in the good old days before CITES. I think it is time to let others enjoy them. Other than orchids I grow unusual species of Staghorn ferns and Aroids.
     
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    A large three growth Caudatum would be $200.00
     
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    I thought you live in NYC. I am having a collection of several thousand Phragmipedium in Denver Colorado. It won't be international shipping from NYC to Denver.
     

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