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Old 02-19-2007, 08:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all, for those in europe who are looking for dwarf orinoco, dwarf red,
icecream, dwarf cavendish.

Visit this site in the UK. I ordered 5 plants. They have a very good service
and respond immediately on E-mail even on sunday as I expierenced.
You can pay by credit card or cash money at the moment. The shipping
costs were 7.50 british pounds wich is very reasonable to the netherlands.

www.easytropicals.com


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Old 02-19-2007, 12:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Thank Ron, interesting site, too bad they don't have the (dwarf) brazilian, raja puri and chini champa. I heard they are pretty hardy for sure. I'm wondering about orinoco and ice cream though.
Ik ga ze toch proberen, misschien ook interessant om later te kruisen met sikkimensis, zoals helens hybrid.

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Hi gunther, I was looking for a long time to found these species in europe.
I have to wait what I get in april but it sounds good.

Ik heb net zaden van helens hybrid binnen gekregen, ik hoop dat ze willen
kiemen. Van het kruisen heb ik geen verstand maar ik begrijp dat als je
een variegated soort hebt je spekkoper bent, veel succes

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Last year i bought from them: Dwarf Orinoco, M.Lasiocarpa, and some bamboos.
All of them were excelent and keep growing.
They come in special boxes as "plugs".
This year i'll buy more.

I'm still looking for other sources in Europe..

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Hi nikos,

Thank you very much, now I know for sure they are 100% okay.
Don't know why I did not find them earlier.


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Thank Ron, interesting site, too bad they don't have the (dwarf) brazilian, raja puri and chini champa. I heard they are pretty hardy for sure. I'm wondering about orinoco and ice cream though.
Ik ga ze toch proberen, misschien ook interessant om later te kruisen met sikkimensis, zoals helens hybrid.

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Gunther, if you are looking for raja puri visit this site.

www.degeheimenvallei.nl

they have balbisiana too.

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Thanks Ron.

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Do it from seed, its slower but much more rewarding.

as the dollar is so low, try the US

www.seedman.com
www.ortanique.com

or in europe

www.europalms.be

when I say rewarding, that also means really really frustrating

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