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Neofinetia falcata AMAMI FURAN

This is a discussion on Neofinetia falcata AMAMI FURAN within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This plant has 4 spikes but 2 of them blasted. Thanks for looking...

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    Default Neofinetia falcata AMAMI FURAN

    This plant has 4 spikes but 2 of them blasted.

    Thanks for looking
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    marissa thats really pretty. i wonder if i can grow them here. anyways thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful, little flowers, If mine ever bloom I hope theyre as pretty as yours!

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    Very cute Marissa. Too bad about the other spikes..

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    Thanks guys!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by delphiguy View Post
    marissa thats really pretty. i wonder if i can grow them here. anyways thanks for sharing.
    Are they available there? There shouldn't be any problem as long as you keep them inside.

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    yep, i saw one stall at the manila seedling, i just didnt bought it because its not in the best
    of shape and also i am not so sure if i'll be able to provide the conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphiguy View Post
    yep, i saw one stall at the manila seedling, i just didnt bought it because its not in the best
    of shape and also i am not so sure if i'll be able to provide the conditions.
    I have one plant at home and it appears to be doing well. Although I observed it is a slow grower.

    I have mine mounted though on a tree fern bark .... hmmm .... I noticed you guys place it in a pot covered with a lot of moss. Which is a better method? I'm afraid of placing too much moss to avoid rot since it has been raining heavily lately over here.

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    Really pretty, Marissa. I have a neostylis that is just about ready to open. Don't you just love these cool flowers?

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManilaByNight View Post
    I have one plant at home and it appears to be doing well. Although I observed it is a slow grower.

    I have mine mounted though on a tree fern bark .... hmmm .... I noticed you guys place it in a pot covered with a lot of moss. Which is a better method? I'm afraid of placing too much moss to avoid rot since it has been raining heavily lately over here.
    Yep, they are slow grower. Moss mound is the traditional way of growing them. I tried mounting them but they did not like it. They probably will not survive outside in the Phils. in moss mound due to constant rain. Other people I know use what looks like white stone and they do good as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Really pretty, Marissa. I have a neostylis that is just about ready to open. Don't you just love these cool flowers?

    Cheers,
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    Oh yeah, I've seen your Neostylis in bloom, very pretty too. I love the scent at night, smells similar to Gardenia.

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