Discussion in 'Orchid Vendor Sales' started by bwester, Jun 3, 2007.
Uhhhh I don't think they got the memo.
I'm curious to see what it sells for. Shhh, don't tell Ron but they also selling a vietnamense x roth. Doubt he's got that one yet:>
me neither, wonder if this could in any way be legal?
I'd put money on no. From what I understand, some of the Asian vendors have no qualms about selling flasks of these in the US.
Yeah but the seller is located in LA.
Well at very least the plants appear to be artificially propagated (and of course the roth x vietnamense is). Compared to ChineseGreen who sells collected plants.
I don't think shipping to HI and AZ his his/her biggest problem right now.
How does that plant "appear" to be artificially propagated?
It appears to be a pathetic specimen regardless of where it was propagated.
Yeah, it's a pretty crappy looking seedling.
The size and cleaness of the leaves. Plus he also has vietnamense x roth, most taiwan vendors would carry flasks of both.
Hanginaum is hard to grow, in my opinion, and they often look pathetic. Or at least mine do, until they die.
hmmm... the auction has ended.
and it looks quite crappy
Is it even a true hangianum, the leaves are so narrow
I would love to own a hangianum though
i want a hangianum too....
there had been a bid on it, i'm pretty sure. don't know what happened to it.
The seller ended this listing early because of an error in the listing.
Yeah, I felt compelled to warn them about the legal status of Paph. hangianum, and sent them a message this morning. Don't know if that's why the pulled it, but it's possible. I was assuming that they bought a flask of hangianum from Taiwan and thought that they were legal, since they were from flask... it's a confusing system, so it seemed like the right thing to warn them.
WOW! Even if you got it for starting bid it would have been $30.00 for that "Pitiful..I just crammed it in a pot" looking specimen.
I also gave them a heads-up last night.
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