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AusDigi 09-12-2006 11:36 AM

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V_coerulea 09-12-2006 12:43 PM

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I love Sarcochilus but have never seen this species. Thanks.
Gary

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AusDigi 10-12-2006 01:52 AM

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Thanks Gary, glad I could provide something interesting. They are apparently
very hard to cultivate, which would partially explain why you've never seen
them before.

"V_coerulea" wrote in message
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I love Sarcochilus but have never seen this species. Thanks.
Gary




Eric Hunt[_1_] 10-12-2006 02:47 AM

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Ron Parsons has a plant of this species that he grows in Daly City, CA, but
it doesn't look nearly as healthy and robust as your wild find. Great stuff!

-Eric in SF
www.orchidphotos.org

"AusDigi" wrote in message
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Thanks Gary, glad I could provide something interesting. They are
apparently
very hard to cultivate, which would partially explain why you've never
seen
them before.




AusDigi 10-12-2006 03:45 AM

My First Epiphyte - File 8 of 9 - Sarcochilus_australis_Morewell061203-2435.jpg (1/1)
 
Thanks Eric. Does he grow it on anything particular? Some folks in the group
were saying that those growing it specifically planted the same types of
bushes where they were growing on in Morwell.

"Eric Hunt" wrote in message
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Ron Parsons has a plant of this species that he grows in Daly City, CA,

but
it doesn't look nearly as healthy and robust as your wild find. Great

stuff!




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