Marie

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  • in reply to: Good Things in Small Packages! #2660
    Marie
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    Thats fab Shane
    Well done for flowering

    in reply to: N7 #2502
    Marie
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    yes indeed Shane its a bit anaemic alright, but lovely to see a whole bank of them all the same

    in reply to: Masdevallia Measuresiana #2501
    Marie
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    Hi Susan,
    Do you mean the Orchid Fair April 2018 which was held in the Teak house?
    I looked back at the winners of prizes for the show and there is no Masdevallia in the prizes so it might take a little longer to find the owner. I’ll send a few emails and see if I can find the owner
    Marie Hourigan

    in reply to: Bull Island – June 2019 #2454
    Marie
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    Lovely pictures Aleks
    I was there myself the other evening, lots of things to see.
    Definitely a good year for our natives
    Marie

    in reply to: A few blooms over the winter #2351
    Marie
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    Nice blooms over the winter well done for flowering them
    M

    in reply to: Best Places in Dublin to Buy Orchids #2321
    Marie
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    Hi David,

    The best place to buy unusual orchids is at the Orchid Fair, check out our calendar of events for dates and times.

    I recently had a query about buying cymbidiums and referred the person to online shopping it is where most members get there rarities these days.

    It is very hard to source anything other than the usual here in Ireland.

    Marie Hourigan

    in reply to: online shopping #2317
    Marie
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    You are correct in relation to cymbidiums Shane and lack of availability.

    As for the Orchid Fair, that all depends on Brexit. And we all know what a mess that is at the moment.

    We will just have to wait and see what happens because if the UK leave without a deal then CITES will be enforced for the import and export of all plants. Each species or hybrid would need a CITES permit and these are very expensive and take time to be supplied.
    We will know more by the 29th March deadline
    Marie

    in reply to: Angraecum sesquipedale #2312
    Marie
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    No Shane
    I’m afraid it won’t have its natural pollinator

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