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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: What is warm-tolerant blooming?

A1: A plant that is warm-tolerant means that it will still bloom in warm temperatures. This is a new type of hybrid orchids.

 

Q2: What does it mean when a plant is patented or patent pending?

A2: When a plant is patented, it means that an exclusive right has been issued by the government to Yamamoto Dendrobiums Hawaii. Only Yamamoto Dendrobiums Hawaii is allowed to reproduce these plants.

When a plant is patent pending, it means that a patent has been applied for at the U.S.A.. Patent Office, but not yet granted. Similarly, only Yamamoto Dendrobiums Hawaii is allowed to reproduce these plants.

Therefore, it is illegal to reproduce a plant that is patented or patent pending. We reserve the right to take legal actions against offending parties.

 

Q3: I would like to visit your nursery. Could I have driving directions?

A3: Yamamoto Dendrobiums Hawaii is located on the Big Island of Hawaii, the largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago. Please follow the directions below to reach our nursery.
Big Island of Hawaii

Directions from Hilo

From Hilo, take Highway 11 southbound to Volcano.

Continue driving on Highway 11 for approximately 25 minutes (~13 miles) to Mt. View.

Yamamoto Dendrobiums Hawaii is located on the left side of the highway, approximately 200 feet after the 13 mile marker.

 

Q4: What is your privacy policy?

A4: Yamamoto Dendrobiums Hawaii takes the issue of privacy very seriously. In order to process orders, we request information such as your name, email address, billing addresses, credit card information, and other personal information. Yamamoto Dendrobiums Hawaii will not give or sell your personal information to any other party.

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