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There is a bigger problem as you cannot simply pot on and grow orchid seeds like you would with other typical houseplants. Many orchids rely on complex relationships with their parent plants including symbiotic relationships with mycorrhizal fungal species in order for the seed to germinate.

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Simon EadeRHS Garden Wisley

GROWING MONKEY FACE ORCHIDS FROM SEED – A WARNING!

Monkey faced orchids are some of the most intriguing and captivating ornamental flowering plants that money can buy. And why wouldn’t they be when they are one of the few plant genera than can look back at you when you look at it!

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Of course the opportunities to purchase such as coveted specimen are few and far between and therefore many would-be collectors turn to the web to purchase monkey face orchid seed.

Unfortunately there are a number or unscrupulous traders who are advertising monkey face orchid seed for sale, and sadly what they dispatch is not. This is a blatant scam.

Furthermore orchid seeds are extremely small, ranging in size from nearly invisible dust-like particles and up to the size of pin pricks. Anything larger and they are not orchid seed. To clarify, orchid seeds are usually purchased as seed pods or by weight so anyone claiming to sell 5 or even 50 orchid seeds is likely to be lying. The seeds of most orchid species are far too small to count out in this manner.

There is a bigger problem as you cannot simply pot on and grow orchid seeds like you would with other typical houseplants. Many orchids rely on complex relationships with their parent plants including symbiotic relationships with mycorrhizal fungal species in order for the seed to germinate.

In the unlikely event that you do manage to purchase some genuine seed and wish to grow them yourself, there is another stumbling block. You will need access to.

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I cant get over the absolute straight fraud ofChinese based seed sellers.

Monkey face,flying duck Orchid seed. Dont be an orchid seed sucker. Now its White ballerina and red dancing girl. What next??

I cant get over the absolute straight fraud ofChinese based seed sellers.

Its simple ,just pick a great bizzare photo, then sell seed to match, but only use cabbage seed. Usually dead cabbage seed so it never germinates.

The sucker customer takes so long to find out the seed is wrong, that any chargeback or return item moves have taken too long and the item has moved on or expired.

Ah but its only a few dollars. Yes well multiple that up hundreds of times over.

And then there are the “AUSTRALIAN SELLERS”. Buy within Australia for extra safty.

Like this “AUSSIE SELLER” who just keeps selling and abusing and blocking me from ebay. This seller has no shame.

Or here’s a second theif that just keeps on trading ‘I suspect same sellers under a newer name

This seller even sells multiple auctions of the same item by changing a letter or two of text in contravention of ebay policy.

Yes Right. When confronted with seed photos and comparisons they simply say “well i bought them from China in good faith”

I have rang Ebay and there policy is “well there simply isnt enough complaints or negetive feedbacks”

Usually the sellers of the seed also sell tatty underwear and other chinese JUNK like dodgy phone covers etc.

Why would they be marketing rare orchid seed.

The the case of the white Ballerina they are not even orchids but Impatiens.

They are even showing the seed in photos. Its thousands of times larger than orchid seed. And even stranger (well not really) the same seed turns up for all rare orchid types.

Hi, I had seen these ads but thought that quarantine would confiscate any seeds coming into Australia as they could introduce exotic diseases or pests?
perhaps quarantine would be a place to start to stop this trade?
kind regards,
Lyn

Bit like the purple, black, blue and glow in the dark roses On and on it goes. We are all easily parted from our hard earned cash.