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Old 12-05-2009, 10:01 PM
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This is so great!! What a time saver it will be! Thank you so much!
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I've looked at many sites and run many searches but I can't seem to find anyone with a good selection of terrestrial orchids. Does anyone know of a reasonably priced terrestrial specialist?
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Holy Cow! This is fantastic! Thanks so much! Off to shop... Terri
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what kind of the price should they offer? why i find couple of them are over priced? The biggest one in united states for phalas and cybidium would be maatsui orchids... why those vender
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I thought that Hoosier's was closed? Becky Jo
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Hoosier Orchids is closed so it should be removed from the list.
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Hi Epi78,
could you explain how you built the search engine?
Because of very high quarantine costs for imports render most of the world's nurseries irrelevant to my context. I'm sure other growers would like to set up local versions.
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harleymc, the first step is creating a google account. Once your google account is created then you can click here and fill out the fields. Let me know if you have any questions.

On my temperature comparison page...if you open a culture sheet that you've saved as the orchid's name (ie Laelia anceps.txt) you'll be able to compare the climate of Laelia anceps to the temps of Sydney...and then easily search for Laelia anceps in American, European and Australasian orchid nurseries.


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