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Old 14-03-2003, 03:44 AM
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Hi everyone! Does anyone know where I can get an Enc. phoenicia? Oak Hill
Gardens doesn't have them anymore, and the only other supplier I've found is
selling seedlings for $50 - more than I want to spend. I used to have some
links, but I lost them when I moved. Yes, I should have bought the plant
when I had the chance. When am I going to learn that my orchid habit is
more important than my bank balance? :-)

Thanks for your help!

Sarah

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Old 14-03-2003, 03:56 AM
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Have you tried Tropical Orchid Farms in Hawaii? They usually have on hand
quite a few encyclias. Also call up H&R and see if they have one - even if
it is not in their current catalog they always seem to have lots of
seedlings.

-dan

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Hi everyone! Does anyone know where I can get an Enc. phoenicia? Oak

Hill
Gardens doesn't have them anymore, and the only other supplier I've found

is
selling seedlings for $50 - more than I want to spend. I used to have

some
links, but I lost them when I moved. Yes, I should have bought the plant
when I had the chance. When am I going to learn that my orchid habit is
more important than my bank balance? :-)

Thanks for your help!

Sarah

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Old 14-03-2003, 03:56 AM
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Sarah,

I still have a few hobby flasks of them. They have a great chocolate
fragrance.

Mick
www.OrchidFlask.com

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Hi everyone! Does anyone know where I can get an Enc. phoenicia? Oak

Hill
Gardens doesn't have them anymore, and the only other supplier I've found

is
selling seedlings for $50 - more than I want to spend. I used to have

some
links, but I lost them when I moved. Yes, I should have bought the plant
when I had the chance. When am I going to learn that my orchid habit is
more important than my bank balance? :-)

Thanks for your help!

Sarah

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Old 14-03-2003, 05:44 AM
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Hi Sarah, I found this place but never purchased anything there?
http://www.austincreekorchids.com/CSpecies.htm
Cheers Wendy

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Hi everyone! Does anyone know where I can get an Enc. phoenicia? Oak

Hill
Gardens doesn't have them anymore, and the only other supplier I've found

is
selling seedlings for $50 - more than I want to spend. I used to have

some
links, but I lost them when I moved. Yes, I should have bought the plant
when I had the chance. When am I going to learn that my orchid habit is
more important than my bank balance? :-)

Thanks for your help!

Sarah

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