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Western Suburbs Orchid Society Inc. Homepage - Sydney, Australia.
... Species: Most of the species grow well in cultivation, especially if they have been artificially propagated from outcrossings. Artificially propagated seedlings of Sarcochilus weinthalii, S. australis and S. dilatatus are much easier to grow ...
home.exetel.com.au

Orchids of Brazil. Brazilian orchids
... still spectacular by current standards for the species. From now on, the plants are all artificially propagated. On 4, there is a poliploid version of Cattleya labiata amesiana 'Foleyana'. This plant was ...
mirandaorchids.com

Orchids of Brazil. Brazilian orchids
... is not surprising that several coerulea forms have been found in nature. These are being artificially propagated for improvements in shape and color. 2 3 TOP | Brazilian Orchids HOME | Intro | About | Ongoing ...
mirandaorchids.com
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Cycas revoluta
... are in protected areas, and this species is in cultivation worldwide in vast numbers, from artificially propagated sources. No immediate threat is evident, and this species is not considered to be at ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

Paph sanderianum gallery: III
Paph sanderianum gallery: III the queen of all paphs Paph sanderianum 'Sultana's Sensation' ('Deep Flight' x 'Deep Pockets') This cross was made in the USA more than a decade ago. For the first time, artificially propagated plants of paph sanderianum are unfurling their long ribbon-like petals, far removed from their home on the limestone cliffs of Sarawak. go to next photo
www.argusorchids.net

Paph sanderianum gallery: II
... Europe, and East Asia. Further collection of this species is unnecessary and unconscionable. Artificially propagated seedlings with 'proven' parenthood from cultivated plants are, in this new millennium, becoming ... but have been prohibitively expensive. Now, for the first time home grown plants, artificially propagated form selected parents here in the US, are finally available at reasonable prices ...
www.argusorchids.net
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Cyp. Haven: Calopogons
... -month dormancy permits one to force them into flower early. There are several reasons why artificially propagated and cultivated Cpg. tuberosus and Cpg. pallidus produce superior flowers and considerably larger corms than ...
www.c-we.com

Cyp. Haven: CITES Certification
... plants from Cyp. Haven are/were covered, in most part, by the CITES* Certificate of Artificially Propagated Plants, number US688006, issued to Carson E. Whitlow, 2291 - 280th Street, Adel, Iowa 50003, U ...
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Whitestone Gardens Ltd
... plants, we include CITES App. I & II species in our range, but these are always artificially propagated. Our National Collection of Borzicactinae (99K jpg) is on view to the public. Facilities include ...
www.cactus-mall.com

Cycad International
... plants around the world from our export nursery. For Appendix I Cycad species, CITES recognizes "Artificially Propagated Material" and does not require the importer to obtain a CITES import permit. We have ...
www.cycadinternational.com.au




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