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Neofinetia falcata

This is a discussion on Neofinetia falcata within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Unknown variety, first earned blooms. It has a total of 4 spikes and 4-5 buds ...

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    Default Neofinetia falcata

    Unknown variety, first earned blooms. It has a total of 4 spikes and 4-5 buds on each spike.

    Thanks for looking
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    Gorgeous Marissa. 4 spikes WOW.

    I wish mine would get on with it as the spike is not moving much at all.

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    Congratulations!!! You did a great job blooming it! So beautiful!!! I wish I can smell it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phyrex View Post
    Gorgeous Marissa. 4 spikes WOW.

    I wish mine would get on with it as the spike is not moving much at all.
    It took a few months before they finally start to open, I have another variety that I got in March that was in bud and I'm still waiting for them to open. I think I still have to wait a few more weeks.

    Quote Originally Posted by margo View Post
    Congratulations!!! You did a great job blooming it! So beautiful!!! I wish I can smell it...
    Hi Margo,
    They just start to open yesterday and I cannot detect any fragrance yet, I'm excited too since this is the first time for me.

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    The fragrance will be stronger in the evening just after dark, often polinated by night flying moths with long tongues.

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    I always love these! Nice, beautiful blooms.

    Cheers,
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    Lovely! I am so envious of everyone's Neos! I am planning/hoping to finally get one at a show next month. Good job blooming yours.

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    thats lovely. thanks for sharing.

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    very nice...I have a few in bloom as well...love the fragrance!

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    I can now smell the fragrance, it's yummyyyy

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