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The Phragmipedium kovachii orchid blooming

This is a discussion on The Phragmipedium kovachii orchid blooming within the Orchid Forum Articles forums, part of the TalkTalk category; Originally Posted by orchidsal Yes, still rare and enchanting. I looked up the background and ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidsal View Post
    Yes, still rare and enchanting. I looked up the background and history on this orchid and found it has spurred court cases and interesting consequences after its initial 'discovery'. As you probably know the seedlings are available here in the United States, though expensive. AL
    dats funny because how can it be on CITES if it was at the time a new species and how would Kovach know he had an endagered species if he didnt even know wat it was haahahahahahahahah

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    Great Phragmipedium!

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    that species have lead to a whole new line of Phrag breeding...some nice results too!!

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