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Old 01-23-2019, 08:17 PM
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Maxillaria haemanthodes

Good evening, I have been searching for mAXILLARIA haemanthodes. I've searched on net but to no avail, haven't found it. Does anyone know where to find one? thanks
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I have just done some searches as well. I can't see it available. You could write to a nursery like Ecuagenera and see if they have flasks available but aside from that I can't suggest anything. Did you see it at a show?
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Maxillaria haemonathodes

No I am on a Maxillaria binge, saw a picture of a striking blue one, wish to add to my collection. I have tried Eucgenra and Peruglora, no response as it yet. I had found a listing for a flask of them but it was 2015. If I find some would you like to be notified?
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If it really is that blue one, it is spectacular! Post here if you find it, or on the other board, either one. Or both
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No I am on a Maxillaria binge, saw a picture of a striking blue one, wish to add to my collection. I have tried Eucgenra and Peruglora, no response as it yet. I had found a listing for a flask of them but it was 2015. If I find some would you like to be notified?
I wish I could be I can only get flasks if I carry them on the plane myself. I can't import one without a permit. I wish you luck, I have seen some nice photos and would love to try them myself.

Maybe I will stumble across some in Taiwan next month. Ecuagenera and Peruflora should both be at the show.
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