Friday, October 26, 2012

Free Orchids

On the left is a small piece of Dendrochilum cobbianum and on the right is a nice division of Pholidota chinensis. Dendrochilum cobbianum - Flower photo by Richard LindbergThey both produce long strings of small white flowers. They will come to you as shown padded by some sphagnum moss. You will need to pot them.

The rules are the same as always: You pay actual postage and it comes Priority Mail. (I'll let you know, but it will be around $6.) If you have not had a free orchid before, add a comment claiming them (they come as a set) and then go to this page to get my direct email address so we can work out the details. "First time" restriction ends at 4pm PDT on Saturday the 27th. After that, anybody who wants them can have them.

Continental US only please.


  1. I would LOVE to give these a home! They sound interesting!

  2. Basia, Got your email, I will send them Monday. They are indeed interesting and a bit unusual.