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Neof. falcata ‘Higashidemiyako’

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    Default Neof. falcata ‘Higashidemiyako’

    Mine camera is terrible at capturing white flowers.



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    very nice variegated plant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane View Post
    very nice variegated plant.
    Lol! I was just thinking the same thing.

    BTW - I understand about taking photos of white flowers. It is hard.

    Cheers,
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    I agree ...outside sunlight is best . Neos seem to be the rage now ...why ? Nice plant by the way ! I like varigated plants.

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    Nice varigated form of Neo!

    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Lovely Neo, I too like the variegation

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    Nice nice nice! My 'Nishidemiyako' is currently in bloom too. The scent is much more jasmine-like than on my other Neos.

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    Grrrrrrr you guys should be ashamed! posting pics and talking of those neos all the time...
    I'm getting closer and closer to wanting one now!!! And from what I hear they can be quite a costly obsession

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korxi View Post
    Grrrrrrr you guys should be ashamed! posting pics and talking of those neos all the time...
    I'm getting closer and closer to wanting one now!!! And from what I hear they can be quite a costly obsession

    Um, yeah...I just spent $1100 on six plants last Thursday, and that was with a discount.

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    They can be costly but I have traded for divisions of other people plants. I currently have six of them and the cost to me have been nill. When I repot this one, I will take a small division and use it for trading for another that I don't have. I also have another that is ready for a small division to be taken. It is a very inexpensive was to grow one's collection of them.

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