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Phrag Haley Decker

This is a discussion on Phrag Haley Decker within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by uncasteeb That is really expensive , i bought mine for 40 euro ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncasteeb View Post
    That is really expensive , i bought mine for 40 euro with a copy of it's CITIES
    certification.Nursery is in Germany but they except credit cards & have superb paph's as well as phrag's.
    If you need a link to a couple of good places(both in Germany) that i use drop me a PM.
    Yup, it was from a major Dutch nursery which has a reputation for being a little on the pricy side, I think. 40 Eur seems a lot more reasonable. I'd love to know which German nurseries you buy from. I have a few bookmarked but it's always good to get a personal recommendation.

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    beautiful well-balanced flower. very MASSIVE when you consider the tiny size of the st ouen parent. kovachii sadly is apparently going the way of the sandy with all these mix-ups, supposedly accidental but I have my doubts. fortunately the guy I bought my kovachii futures from gave a full refund when the plants turned out false.

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    In May, I am headed to an orchid show in Dallas (the AOS Spring show) and I believe the orchid co where Mr. Decker works is signed up as a plant seller. I've sort of been hoping that a kovachii might get accidentally left behind. Or that maybe there might be itty, bitty babies for sale--that won't cost me a fortune. I'll let you know. If not, there are certain to be orchids that follow me home, although at the present, I have no room in the inn.

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    Sadie,

    If you're looking for a seedling, you're best off calling him and seeing if he'll be offering any by then. The retailers don't typically take their most "in demand" plants to shows. They bring the bread and butter stuff that the general public Hoovers up.

    If he does have one for sale, he could bring it down, and set it aside for you.

    McJulie

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    That explains everything - I'm a hoover!

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    Great Blooms. I like them!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry View Post
    That explains everything - I'm a hoover!
    And BTW, Kerry, you got HOOVE(s) ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoa Tony Nguyen View Post

    And BTW, Kerry, you got HOOVE(s) ?
    Cloven ones!

    Mwah-ha-ha, Mwah-ha-ha

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