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Old 07-27-2010, 09:12 AM
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We have stopped taking suggestions and are now voting for the final 10 here. http://www.orchidboard.com/community...10-summer.html So if your in the project please vote for your favorite 10 plants on the poll. If you would like to join go ahead vote but let me know you want to participate so I will count your vote.

Ok here's what you've been waiting for. Start making your suggestion.
If you need help don't hesitate to ask or go to the link below for helpful info about the project.
http://www.orchidboard.com/community...r-project.html

Here is a list of the previous project plants. These will not be considered.
Project 1 - Phal. lobbii
Project 2 - Angraecum scottianum
Project 3 - Paph. venustum
Project 4 - Aerangis luteoalba var rhodostica
Project 5 - Laelia reginae
Project 6a - Sediera japonica
Project 6b - Neo. falcata
Project 7 - Mystery Cirr. tingabarium, Asc. pumilum, Res. dodsonii
Project 8 - Haraella retrocalla
Project 9 - Miltonia spectabilis, Coelogyne cristata, Leptotes unicolor
Project 10 - Rhynchostylis coelestis, Dendrobium loddigesii, Laelia anceps

Plant Criteria:
Species only
$20.00 max. (shipping not included)
16"max plant size.
Intermediate Temp. grower (may vary slightly)

Searching Tips. (if anyone has any other ways, let me know and I will add it here)

The best way I have found to research plant to suggest, is to locate a orchid from a local vendor to you, that fit the criteria. Then using the links below see if the other place's also have it. If you find one or more that fit the criteria and located everywhere then take note's of the plant, where you found it for each location, and how much. If possible supply the IOSPE link.


Tentative list: (The one's inRed have issue's and may not make the final poll)(and almost all of these suggestions do not meet the requirement in Canada.

Plant suggestion/ Photo link /(Country-Vendor-Price)

Angraecum didieri /IOSPE PHOTOS /(US-OH-$15) (EU-GO-14eur) (CA-CO-20) (UK)

Denrobium parishii / IOSPE PHOTOS /(US-AO-$20) (EU-OL-13eur) (CA-?-) (UK)

Dendrobium laevifolium / IOSPE PHOTOS /(US-OBH-$16) (EU-GO-25eur?)

Dendrobium oligophyllum /IOSPE PHOTOS /(US-OH-$15) (EU-GO-12eur) (CA-?-) (UK

Dendrobium kingianum / IOSPE PHOTOS /(US-OH-$8) (EU-GO-16eur) (CA-PM-24) (UK)

Dendrobium unicum / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-OBH-$13) (EU-GO/PP-15eur) (CA-?-) (UK)

Dendrobium lindleyi (aggregatum)
/ IOSPE PHOTOS /(US-?-) (EU-GO-16) (CA-?-) (UK)

Dendrobium chrysotoxum / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-OH-$20) (EU-GO-15eur) (CA-PM-28 nbs)?

Mediocalcar decoratum / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-OH-$18) (EU-GO-13eur) (CA-Not found)?

Dinema (Encyclia) polybulbin / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-AO-$20) (EU-GO-13eur) (CA-Not Found) ?

Encyclia tempensis / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US $20 ?) (EU-SO-15eur) (CA-PM-28)?

Laelia Purpurata / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-OH-$20) (EU-GO-19eur) (CA-PM-28)?

Oncidium variegatum / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-AO-$16) (EU-KO-20eur) (CA-not found)?

Rhynglauca (Brassavola) glauca / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-AO-$20) (EU-OL-20eur) (CA-PM-26)?

Paphiopedilum delenatii / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-AO-$20) (EU-G0-23 eur) (CA-PM-30 not BS)?

Aspasia lunata / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-OH-$15.00) (EU-GO-18.eur) (CA-PM-28.00) ?

Pleurothallis restrepioides / IOSPE PHOTOS (US-AO-$18) (EU-BO-8)?


Dendrobium aberrans / IOSPE PHOTOS / Need to find here?

Maxillaria tenuifolia / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-OH-$15/Mounted $20 pot) (EU-GO-15eur) (CA-CO-10.
Lg.Seedling)

Gastrochilus japonicus / http://www.orchidspecies.com/gastrochilusjaponicus.htm / (US-JL-$20) (EU-NA/GO-12.5/17eur) (CA not found)?

Cattleya intermedia / Cattleya intermedia / (US-OH-$15) (EU-NO/GO-12.50/20eur) (CA-PM-$26)

Encyclia cordigera / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-OH-$18) (EU-?-?) (CA-not found)

Rhyncostylis gigantea / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-OH-$20) (EU-?-?) (CA-PM-$24/26) There are different color for this one but they are more money at OH (YOUR CHOICE)

Bulbophyllum ambrosia / IOSPE PHOTOS / (US-CA-$20) (EU-GO-15eur) (CA-CO-$25) Need tofind out if this is Blooming size at Carolina Orchids. List doesn't say.

Cattleya (Sophronitis) cernua / http://www.orchidspecies.com/sophronitiscernura.htm / (US-BO-$18) (EU-OL-20eur) (CA-not found)

Amesiella monticola IOSPE PHOTOS (US-OH-$18) (EU-EO-?) (CA-PM-?)



If anyone has a problem with these PLEASE let me know!

Suggested Plants that doesn't make the criteria:

Dendrobium lawesii (US-JL-$18) (Availability)

Paph. henryanum IOSPE PHOTO (Availability)

Sarcochilus hartmannii 20in in habitat, IOSPE PHOTOS but cultivated plants about 6in SBOE ($25), Paramount ($25-28), La Cour des Orchidées (15€ (COST)

Den tetragonum (might be too big, there's lots of size variation in this species, 2 to 20in!)
SBOE $25, Paramount $25-28, Nardotto e Capello (12,5€) (COST) (SIZE)

Stanhopea embreei IOSPE PHOTOS (Availability) (COST)




U.S. , European search engine and a couple Canadian vendors to help you with availability

Some US vendors (you can use who ever you want just make sure they have good stuff)

Orchids By Hausermann = OBH
Oak Hill Gardens = OH
Andy's Orchids = AO
Santa Barbara Orchid Estate = SBOE (We can't use this vendor due to shipping restrictions)
http://www.carolinaorchids.com/ = CO
http://www.botanicaltd.com/ = BO

European search engine

http://www.google.com/cse/home?cx=00...%3Azzs8tf1vx80

Großräschener Orchids = GO
Popow Orchids = PP
Orchid Species = OS
Burnham Nursary = BN
Orchid By Peter White = PW
David Stead Orchids = DS
Orchideen Lucke = OL
Orchideen und Orchideenzubehör der Schwerter Orchideenzucht = SO
http://www.elsner-orchideen.de/ = EO

Canadian vendors

Cloud's Orchids = CO
Paramount Orchids = PM
http://orchidsinourtropics.com/ = OT
IOSPE link:

Internet Orchid Species Photo Encyclopedia

Participant list:

1. nenella (France)
2. Izzie (USA)
3. RJSqurrial (USA)
4. Jeff9 (European-Union)
5. PitcherASAMD (USA)
6. Becca (USA)
7. marydanielsanto (USA)
8. help (USA)
9. Orchidsue (USA)
10. tcrane (USA)
11. Lady Tottington (USA)
12. Rosie (UK)
13. Birdsongfarm (USA)
14. Kavanarv (Switzerland)
15. Camille (France)
16. Erinmir (USA)
17. flhiker (USA)
18. MuscleGirls'Hobby (USA)
19. Zoi2 (USA)
20. Phapmadman (USA)
21. Duane McDowell (USA)
22. Connie Star (USA)






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Old 07-27-2010, 11:07 AM
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IOSPE PHOTOS

IOSPE PHOTOS

Idk if they can be found elsewhere, so I'm posting them to check and see if they're available in the U.K and Europe.
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Old 07-27-2010, 11:37 AM
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I found an option that is available in all US, Canada, and Europe, so all that needs to be found is if it's available in the UK.

IOSPE PHOTOS
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Old 07-27-2010, 01:35 PM
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Dave, it might be good to copy and paste the parameters, and the vendor search sites on the first post. Just to remind people?
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Old 07-27-2010, 02:27 PM
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Thought I'd say- Hauserman's will ship to Canada if a plant cannot be found there. And they're having a 20% off sale right now!

I still think it would be neat to do a Dendrobium, even if we aren't doing the moniliforme, and since we've only done one other Den. Some prices are a little higher than $20, but I believe that's mainly in EUR and Canada.....:/

So here goes!
Dendrobium parishii IOSPE PHOTOS
Available at Oak Hill, and Hauserman's.
EU- Orchideen Lucke
:X Can't find one available in Canada, but there are some on ebay...

Dendrobium laevifolium IOSPE PHOTOS
This is one of my favorites, people in Canada would have to order from Hauserman's- http://www.orchidsbyhausermann.com/M...Category_Code=
Großräschener- http://www.orchideenwlodarczyk.de/sh...49ca9296f68a67 not sure about money conversion, is 25 Euros too pricey?

Dendrobium oligophyllum IOSPE PHOTOS
Another charming, easy growing mini.
$15 at Oak Hill
Großräschener- EUR 12.01 Dendrobium oligophyllum - Großräschener Orchids
however....BS at Orchids in our tropics for Canada, is $35....:X

Dendrobium kingianum IOSPE PHOTOS
I know this one is rather common, but I think it would be great for those participants who want an super easy, rewarding plant.
Santa Barbara Orchid Estate has a bunch of different varieties that could really make it interesting! It's also available at Oak Hill for cheap as well.
$24 fs at Paramount- Species
8,90 € at Orchideen- Orchideen Lucke

Dendrobium unicum IOSPE PHOTOS
I know this "unique" den is well love by a few people on here.
Not available in Canada, but is cheap at Hauserman's, which ships to Canada. ($12.99)
EUR 15.00 at Großräschener Dendrobium unicum - Großräschener Orchids

Dendrobium lindleyi (aggregatum) IOSPE PHOTOS
I can't say enough about this hardy little guy.
Not in Canada, but it's $20 at Hauserman's.
EUR 16.00 at Großräschener- Dendrobium lindleyi - Großräschener Orchids
12.50 here- Nardotto e Capello Shop


There's also Dendrobium chrysotoxum IOSPE PHOTOS
but it's pushing it price-wise. $28-30 at Paramount, $25 at Hauserman's, $20 at OH, but it's cheap in Europe- EUR 12,50 Nardotto e Capello Shop
EUR 6,90 Orchideen Lucke, and 15 at Großräschener

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Old 07-27-2010, 02:33 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by marydaniellesantos View Post
IOSPE PHOTOS

IOSPE PHOTOS

Idk if they can be found elsewhere, so I'm posting them to check and see if they're available in the U.K and Europe.
Be sure to check if a plant has been used in past projects. There's a thread in Member Projects that will tell you all that.
Sedirea japonica has already been used.

Posting links to where it is available is helpful as well, and saying what it is.
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Old 07-27-2010, 03:42 PM
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Mediocalcar Decoratum

IOSPE PHOTOS

http://forum.theorchidsource.com/att...odecoratum.jpg






Dinema (Encyclia) Polybulbon

IOSPE PHOTOS






Dendrobium Laevifolium

IOSPE PHOTOS
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Old 07-27-2010, 05:37 PM
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Do we have to buy from the same vendor? If so, that limits our choices a lot...
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Thought I'd say- Hauserman's will ship to Canada if a plant cannot be found there. And they're having a 20% off sale right now!

I still think it would be neat to do a Dendrobium, even if we aren't doing the moniliforme, and since we've only done one other Den. Some prices are a little higher than $20, but I believe that's mainly in EUR and Canada.....:/

So here goes!
Dendrobium parishii IOSPE PHOTOS
Available at Oak Hill, and Hauserman's.
EU- Orchideen Lucke
:X Can't find one available in Canada, but there are some on ebay...

Dendrobium laevifolium IOSPE PHOTOS
This is one of my favorites, people in Canada would have to order from Hauserman's- Dendrobium laevifolium: Orchids By Hausermann
Großräschener- http://www.orchideenwlodarczyk.de/sh...49ca9296f68a67 not sure about money conversion, is 25 Euros too pricey?

Dendrobium oligophyllum IOSPE PHOTOS
Another charming, easy growing mini.
$15 at Oak Hill
Großräschener- EUR 12.01 Dendrobium oligophyllum - Großräschener Orchids
however....BS at Orchids in our tropics for Canada, is $35....:X

Dendrobium kingianum IOSPE PHOTOS
I know this one is rather common, but I think it would be great for those participants who want an super easy, rewarding plant.
Santa Barbara Orchid Estate has a bunch of different varieties that could really make it interesting! It's also available at Oak Hill for cheap as well.
$24 fs at Paramount- Species
8,90 € at Orchideen- Orchideen Lucke

Dendrobium unicum IOSPE PHOTOS
I know this "unique" den is well love by a few people on here.
Not available in Canada, but is cheap at Hauserman's, which ships to Canada. ($12.99)
EUR 15.00 at Großräschener Dendrobium unicum - Großräschener Orchids

Dendrobium lindleyi (aggregatum) IOSPE PHOTOS
I can't say enough about this hardy little guy.
Not in Canada, but it's $20 at Hauserman's.
EUR 16.00 at Großräschener- Dendrobium lindleyi - Großräschener Orchids
12.50 here- Nardotto e Capello Shop


There's also Dendrobium chrysotoxum IOSPE PHOTOS
but it's pushing it price-wise. $28-30 at Paramount, $25 at Hauserman's, $20 at OH, but it's cheap in Europe- EUR 12,50 Nardotto e Capello Shop
EUR 6,90 Orchideen Lucke, and 15 at Großräschener
The only one of these that I would be able to grow without taking any chances is the Dendrobium parishii.
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Great I just got home and will be going over your choice's. And will make a tentative list in the first post. I did add the list of plants that was used in previous projects and we don't want to re use them.
Just a couple request. To make my job faster and easier can you post your suggestion similar to Izzie's. with the prices vendors and IOSPE link. Picture will not be necessary the IOSPE link will provide it. Also if your unable to find it in Canada go ahead and post it but if someone from Canada joins we will not consider it for the final poll. Getting plants from other country's can get expensive and a possibly lost of plants. Thanks everyone.

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