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Neofinetia falcata separation!

This is a discussion on Neofinetia falcata separation! within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Great on the two plants part of the story! But, I have to agree with ...

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    Great on the two plants part of the story! But, I have to agree with the others. This one looks like my lou sneary. I have posted both the pink version and the blue version here before. click the tag above and take a look.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom-19951 View Post
    If I have to guess, I will say it is Neostylis Lou Sneary, which it comes in variable colors. You can google it for some photos and make your own judgement.
    You guys are fantastic.

    Tom, I really appreciate your help and the correction. I looked it up, looked over pics and watched Bruce's pics of his 'Pink variety' and the video of his other Neostylis. This looks exactly like his Neostylis Lou Sneary. Shape of the blooms, the spur, the plant itself, the spike, number of blooms all look nearly identical.

    I am glad to know what I have, and still think I did good for 20 bucks. Now if I could just go back in time and tell this story and title this thread with the right ID. lol! :-)

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    gosh derek,
    tom is correct I grow these things like crazy and they are I think 6 different neo's but I have this same plant and Tom you get a gold star thats how I know cause I have them.
    I have one derek and its need to be seperated but I am going to wait till spring and let it rest first.

    dont ya love them anyway.

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