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Marco

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Made you look! :poke:

They're just starting to open. I'll post progression photos within a couple of days.
 

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Warning: Image heavy

Ok well these photos are still premature there's 4 other spikes that are still forming. It took approximately 23 days

I love the color and it smells great too!

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Beautiful one there!

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waiting for my chance to get one
Very nice blooms, Marco!:drool:

You are making us jealous up here in Canada! :rollhappy:
 

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maybe i'll like these when mine actually blooms
 

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Since i don't know anything about Neos, is this a separate species or Neofinetia falcata var. benisuzume?
 

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papheteer, i could be horribly mistaken but i'm pretty sure theyre just all variations and theres only one species. If anyone else can put in their 2 cents that would be great
 

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Very nice photos. Jason Fischer had an article in Orchid Digest that nicely broke down the varieties and variegations of this species. Very desirable plants plants to have.

Shaun
 

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