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Neofinetia falcata x Paraphalaenopsis serpentilingua

This is a discussion on Neofinetia falcata x Paraphalaenopsis serpentilingua within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; It sure is a nice one, but can't help with the info. Hope you find ...

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    It sure is a nice one, but can't help with the info. Hope you find some. Otherwise you can always sent it to Naoki.

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    Cathy, I hope it'll do well for you in FL. I've got my first Neo. falcata coming soon, hope that does well in our climate as well.
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    Thanks Tony...I still don't know much about it.

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    Just looked this one up to see what the culture would be. Orchid wiz said:

    Prf. Crownfox Twinkle is composed of species of which 50% take high light. Grow this hybrid in bright indirect light conditions.
    Prf. Crownfox Twinkle is composed of species of which 100% take warm temperatures, 50% take cool temperatures and 50% take hot temperatures. Grow this hybrid in cool to hot conditions, or 58°F to 85°F at night.

    There was no data on humidity, but since I grow neof. falcata and several crosses - I know they require very high humidity. I would give this one lots of humidity and plenty of bright light and warm temps.

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    Thanks much for looking that up!

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    Regardless of the cultural information, I still think it need to come to Portland to experience the 'cooler' weather along with other 'friends' which are under the TENT.

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    I'll send you a division. It has two large leads. One of us will get it to bloom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    I'll send you a division. It has two large leads. One of us will get it to bloom.
    Cathy, you are so sweet!


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