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Anyone know about Ascofinata

This is a discussion on Anyone know about Ascofinata within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Has anyone had any experience with the crosses of neofinata with either Vanda or Ascd? ...

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    Default Anyone know about Ascofinata

    Has anyone had any experience with the crosses of neofinata with either Vanda or Ascd? I know nothing about it. Any info would be helpful.

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    Sorry no! But in my present mood I would go for it!

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    Grandma...

    You can grow vandas..so I say go for it. Crossed with Neofinetia..they have greater cold tolerance and will bloom under less light than a typical vanda.

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    I have Ascf Petite Bouquet 'Twinkle' and it is a very compact plant. The plant itself is 4" tall, but the roots make it about 10" long. Plus, it's lightly fragrant...

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    Thanks for the info. It gave me courage to try one. Now if the weather ever warms up enough to ship, I will give it a try.

    Thanks again for the info help.

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