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Looking for a Phrag. longifolium var. hartwegii division or previously bloomed plant. I have seen some posts of great looking plants here and hoping someone might have a division available to add to my longifolium family.

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Max, have you checked with Thien? He's currently repotting and
wants to sell some plants to make room.
 

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Max, have you checked with Thien? He's currently repotting and
wants to sell some plants to make room.
I did, thank you. Unfortunately he does not have any mature plants. The search continues...
 

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Looking for a Phrag. longifolium var. hartwegii division or previously bloomed plant. I have seen some posts of great looking plants here and hoping someone might have a division available to add to my longifolium family.

-Max
Mine originated from Orchidweb.Ask Jason.
 

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You can also check with Woodstream. I am delaying my trip there until June.
BTW, you do know how big longi-folium get, right?
 

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You can also check with Woodstream. I am delaying my trip there until June.
BTW, you do know how big longi-folium get, right?
I will do that, thanks for reminding me.

Ha, already have 6 different clones, too many?
 

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