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our Botanical Gadens(Botanical Garden Hof and Ecological Botanical Garden Bayreuth both closely joint located in Germany) are currently working on a schedule for a spring expedition to GA,SC,AL. Will the Oconee Bells of Devil`s Fork SP be hard to find? Do You like to give us some informations on this location? (Data will be kept within our institutions and don`t wander to others). Please drop a short line, if this will be allright or if there are concernes about it.
Christoph Ruby, Curator BG HOF Germany
Beautiful pictures. We actually have a lot of quite similar looking wild orchids in Northern Europe. Kirstine, Denmark
I like to get some information from you. In the US you have much beautiful plants but we in Europe can't order them because the ministry of agriculture have put an ban on it for export. Do you think that seed may be exported? And then the question, will there be seed to get from the Platanthera ciliata, P. grandiflora and Orchis spectabilis. There are more nice plants but we can get them in Europe more easy then the above named. If I get seed I can had them over to an friend of mine who is breeding cypripediums and I think he can make them to grow.
Let me know something please.
Excellent pictures, Jim.
Nice pictures Jim! One of my dream hybrids to see would be a cross of Platanthera grandiflora with Platanthera ciliata. Any chance of making green pods of this in the wild? At the optimal time the pods could be collected and the seed sown in flask.
Cliffwood Beach, NJ
I am the webmaster of a Cypripedium forum
and would be happy to add your pictures of Cyp. californicum "very large group" and "Kip, Tom, Sam..." to my forum together with a comment from you. We recently had a photo of californicum posted
and your photos would complete the thread perfectly.
What do you think about it?
Hi, Jim: I looking for photos of Listera smallii to include in a field guide to the rare plants of Georgia, to be published this fall by the State Botanical Garden of Georgia. If you would be willing to donate (or sell at a modest price) your images of this species, please contact me for further information: Lchafin@uga.edu. Thanks very much, Linda Chafin