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Neofinetia (green flower)

This is a discussion on Neofinetia (green flower) within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This one is Hisui, and a group shot for white, yellow and green. Qing...

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    Default Neofinetia (green flower)

    This one is Hisui, and a group shot for white, yellow and green.

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    I'm green too! With envy Gorgeous Neos.

    Are they all scented regardless of variety?

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    Yes, if they are Neofinetia falcata species, just with different varieties, they still smell the same. But some varieties may be bigger in the flower sizes.

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    Those are wonderful, Qing! I love seeing all three together like that.

    Cheers,
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    They are beautiful, Qing, I like the white the best, though.

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    I haven't seen the green before, Qing - nice one! The collection together is great. I'm so jealous! Mine seem happy but aren't doing much besides more roots.

    Are yours blooming off new growths? I don't have any new growths this spring.

    Still, a lovely display! Thanks!

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    I like them all

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    Beautiful!!! The green one reminds me of cool mint... They are all fantastic really... great growing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    I haven't seen the green before, Qing - nice one! The collection together is great. I'm so jealous! Mine seem happy but aren't doing much besides more roots.

    Are yours blooming off new growths? I don't have any new growths this spring.

    Still, a lovely display! Thanks!

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    This Huisi might not be the same as 翡翠,it also translated as Huisi in the Japanse site. The real 翡翠 is very green, and expensive.

    My Shutenno is about to open soon. All the blooms are from old growths. I think I might get a few new growths, still too soon to tell. I read in some other forum that Neo do best in sphag, potted the Janpanse way, but some also mount them and still have blooms. I hope yours will start sending spike when it gets warmer.

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    my shoutenou is starting to spike...I definitely need a green one...beautiful

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