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Neofinetias Going outside

This is a discussion on Neofinetias Going outside within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Cathy and Kathi, I know a couple/some growers just outside of Miami, FL bloomed out ...

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    Cathy and Kathi, I know a couple/some growers just outside of Miami, FL bloomed out the common varieties nicely.

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    nice collection... i'm beginning to move into the neo direction, as they are small, cool, cool tolerant, and smell wonderful from what i hear. i stated with 2 very small darwinaras, but the came in clay 2" pots with sphag, and immediately rotted for me. so it has been a while since i tried again, but now i have a seedling ascofinetia cherry blossom (i put it in a small treefern pot), and a nakamotoara apricot (in a small clay pot with normal orchid bark mix) that are growing, but slowly. wondering if they can handle this sphag method? or would they rot? my little darwinaras (that i cannot find more of for the life of me) rotted SO QUICK that i am scared to try again, but they were not mounded above the pot this way, and stayed way too wet... so maybe that was the problem?

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