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Aeridofinetia Suzuka Pearl (??) (Neofinetia falcata x Aerides houlletiana)

Aeridofinetia Suzuka Pearl (??)<span class="cross"> (Neofinetia falcata x Aerides houlletiana)</span>
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Yellow, Pink
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A phenomenal Neofinetia hybrid we recently imported here at Orchids Limited. While the exact parentage of this cross is unknown, we believe that it's likely to be Aerf. Suzuka Pearl based on the flower coloration and form. These should have exotic yellow and pink, fragrant flowers with a Neofinetia-like form (see the photo above). It is uncertain if they are clones or seed grown, which means there may be some variation in color pattern.

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