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Arlene-I drove down their on my hands and knees and begged for that one. Saw it in bloom. Don't think I am the best beggar though as I don't have one even now. They actually have a few different double peaches/seedlings that they hybridized. Absolutely stunning hybridizors. You should see their Candida Knightii x Aurea hybrid.
Mz, for what its worth, I do think they were talking about releasing it this year so you do have a very good chance at acquiring one this year. Unless of course they are holding off for yet another year...which in my oppinion would not be the best bet as enough double pinks and oranges are going to be hitting the market within the next year that its not really going to be worth as much as it would have been a mere year ago much less a year from now...
Let me know if they are giving this one out. The flower itself has a very thick substance compared to most, but you would only know that if you were up close and could touch it. Very nice...you guys are making me want for more brugs again...
Oh, glory, Glory! How could you torture us by showing that picture!! Y'all let me know if you come up with something too, please and thanks! I've purchased from Native Habitat myself...I"m surprised they haven't responded yet?! They're usually pretty good about it.
I wrote NH yesterday and asked what the name of that brug is. Sent a picture too, but didn't hear a word from them. Sure would like to have that one. They have one called "Double Peach" available Spring 2001. Cream sickle is orange and white and it too was available Spring 2001. $30 each.
Tonny, in their catalog they say they do ship overseas. They also say that it is the customers responsibility to comply with all laws regulating the importation of live plants. It goes on to talk about the photo., import fees, duties and taxes. You can email them for availability and other questions. It says "We ship live plants Worldwide!". If you don't have their email address, I'm sure you could get it from their web site at http://www.nativehabitat.com and they will also send you their catalog upon request.