Really? Did you scroll down at all to where this was:
Vanilla Planifolia Cuttings
min 18" (50cm) length
(if required - please check with your department of agriculture)
Prices include international courier costs
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Yeah, I guess not.
"I don't think that is the answer "chaz" was looking for."
How would you know, troll twit?
Are you his mother?
Maybe he is much smarter than you and he knows how to scroll down the page?
Never thought of that, eh?
Here's a web site that you may be able to start with - perhaps find a
contact email on for purchase.
Happy gardening. (This sounds fascinating!)
You might want to ask on rec.gardens.orchids Do note that there are
several species of vanilla. Planifolia is probably what you want if
you are wanting to grow vanilla beans. Do look into what is required
to do that if you haven't. The flowers have to be hand pollinated and
the beans (the seed pods) have to be aged and fermented before they
can be used. Also, the vanilla has to grow to a length of about 15 -
20 ft before it flowers.
It is doubtful that Chaz has any idea what is needed to be done for one to
produce their own vanilla from the plants.
Your overview of the process is most enlightening.
You forgot to mention that one would need to grow the plants in the tropics
to make all the work involved to be economically feasible. Its not something
you can do on your windowsill.
I am totally jealous of a friend who bought, I believe, two hundred
acres in Costa Rica and there is a vanilla orchard grove on it. I
think he said ten acres!
Monkeys in the trees, waterfalls, ah.........
Do you think mamamonkey, tatatoofey lives there?
On Thu, 04 Aug 2005 01:31:34 GMT, "Cereus-validus......."
If only they had oil.
Then prez Dubya would have invaded those central American countries instead
of having our troops being killed needlessly in you know where in some
undeclared war for fun and profit. Its his solution for the unemployment
I believe Venezuela has 7.4 % of world total proven reserves of oil.
Saudi Arabia 25.0%
Kuwait 9.2 %
United Aeab Emirates 9.3%
From "Blood and Oil" Michael T. Klare
Garden Shade Zone 5 in a Japanese Jungle manner.
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