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Jon in SW Ohio

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Although nearly always in bloom, it almost never has more than one spike blooming at the same time. This is one of the rare times it has 3 spikes open at the same time, with another faded and another in bud and a couple more just starting.




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Sweet a yellow neo. :clap: This one is definately on my want list!

What does this particular one smell like??

Thanks for the pic Jon. :)
 
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I am in love. If I wasn't so hell bent on buying more oncidiums I would be buying Neo's. Shhhh, don't tell Heather.
 

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Jon, it's fabulous!
While there is something so pristine about the whites, I am always enthralled by the more colorful Neos.

PHRAG said:
I am in love. If I wasn't so hell bent on buying more oncidiums I would be buying Neos. Shhhh, don't tell Heather.
(Funny, I could actually get behind you buying more Neos. I'll just go back to pretending I didn't hear you...):wink:
 
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That looks fabulous, nice healthy plant too :clap: :clap: :clap:
 

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Marco said:
**bump**

Can neo's spike from a previously bloomed growth :confused:
Definitely. They're vandaceous. Remember, the "traditional Japanese" way of growing them includes removing all other growths.
 
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kentuckiense said:
Definitely. They're vandaceous. Remember, the "traditional Japanese" way of growing them includes removing all other growths.
Not ALL the new growths. They train some of them into shape with bamboo skewers. But I have heard that pinching back some new growths is also a practice.
 

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