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Hello-- I am trying to locate blooming size divisions of Phrag. caudatum
and it's varieties. Can anyone suggest a source? Thanks.
S.P. Prawel
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Start with Piping Rock orchids http://www.pipingrockorchids.com/ and Antec
labs http://www.ladyslipper.com and Mt Prospect orchids
http://www.mountprospectorchids.com/phrags.htm

I only mention them cause they are close to New York.

Do a google search on Phrag caudatum
or search the orchidmall http://www.orchidmall.com


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and it's varieties. Can anyone suggest a source? Thanks.
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Grand Island, NY



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Subject: Phrag caudatum and it's varieties
From: "s.p. prawel"
Date: 7/9/2004 10:28 AM Central Daylight Time
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Hello-- I am trying to locate blooming size divisions of Phrag. caudatum
and it's varieties. Can anyone suggest a source? Thanks.
S.P. Prawel
Grand Island, NY




You could try emailing oak hill (
www.oakhillgardens.com) they sometimes have a
few small ones in stock, though they don't list them on the webpage.

windy hill gardens usually has a few caudatum relatives. I have heard good
things, but have never ordered from them.

Kind of funny seeing someone from my hometown on here...

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Subject: Phrag caudatum and it's varieties
From: "s.p. prawel"
Date: 7/9/2004 10:28 AM Central Daylight Time
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Hello-- I am trying to locate blooming size divisions of Phrag. caudatum
and it's varieties. Can anyone suggest a source? Thanks.
S.P. Prawel
Grand Island, NY




You could try emailing oak hill (
www.oakhillgardens.com) they sometimes have a
few small ones in stock, though they don't list them on the webpage.

windy hill gardens usually has a few caudatum relatives. I have heard good
things, but have never ordered from them.

Kind of funny seeing someone from my hometown on here...

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theoneflasehaddock


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