Also coming on the market Real Soon are seedling Wollomai Pines. These trees were only known by fossil remains dating back 300 millionish years, until a small patch was discovered growing in a tiny valley in the Wollomai National Park. Propogation by nurseries means there are now a lot more trees in captivity than in the wild.
Clever plan, that. Take a rare plant and flood the market so the rarety value is lost. That's the best way to keep the wild plants safe from scumbags who would dig them up.