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    Goodyera pubescens

    I'm offering a single specimen of this eastern US native orchid. Plant is currently in a 4" round plastic nursery pot, but for shipping purposes it will be removed. I will send it bare root or with the loose media at the winner's discretion. Although it's flowers aren't very showy, the dark green leaves have pronounced white veining that gives them the appearance of a tropical jewel orchid. Plant does require a winter rest, but it's naturally found from well into the Great White North down to FL, so I suspect it will be flexible in that regard. FYI plants were obtained from a seller in zone 6B. Mine in 7A are in pots against a NE facing foundation wall and mulched in. Since the foliage is evergreen I leave it exposed. Only requirements are that you be able to provide proper winter care and be a US resident. Winner will be chosen Christmas Day, plant will ship early in the new year.

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    1. Chibae, I can provide it the same winter care you are now, coastal zone 7 here
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    1. Chibae, I can provide it the same winter care you are now, coastal zone 7 here
    2. PlantsnFish- I have a basement window where I keep my sensitive sarrs. Thanks!

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    1. Chibae, I can provide it the same winter care you are now, coastal zone 7 here
    2. PlantsnFish- I have a basement window where I keep my sensitive sarrs. Thanks!
    3. hcarlton-winter care around here shouldn't be an issue..
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    1. Chibae, I can provide it the same winter care you are now, coastal zone 7 here
    2. PlantsnFish- I have a basement window where I keep my sensitive sarrs. Thanks!
    3. hcarlton-winter care around here shouldn't be an issue..
    4. afrodisa - zone 8a
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    Winner is #1, chibae. Pm me with your address Judy.
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    Thank you soooo much, PM sent
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