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WTB Vanilla pompona
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I am very interested in V. pompona as well as V. tahitiensis but mostly in pompona. If you have anything available, please contact me at ronandbrit@gmail.com .
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Posted By: vmijct(0)
Vanilla pompona, 11-29-2010 21:38
I have a VERY large one apparently. I turns out from the beans that it produced that it is a pompona and not a planifolia. Do you have any other vanillas? I have no experience in shipping or selling. This thing is huge and I would be happy to try and get you some. Check out my greenhouse and look at the back left corner for a pic of the plant. It's the largest vanilla in the greenhouse!
Posted By: donx3(0)
vanilla, 12-03-2013 10:32
Try windy hill gardens. Just google them. They are in Missouri. They have pompona and tahitensis. They also have roscheri which is a leafless from africa.

I am always in search of vanilla. I have 24 types. Which do you have?

Best wishes, Don
Posted By: pancakefactory(0)
02-18-2014 15:35
I would LIKE to offer you some planifora seeds but i'm waiting for mine to bloom. I didn't know there were even 24 types!!! Could you name some for my reference?

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