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Neofinetia falcata 'Hanagoromo' 花衣 - Individual Listing

Neofinetia falcata 'Hanagoromo' 花衣 - Individual Listing<span class="cross"></span>
Item Number:
14224
Color:
white
Bloom Season:
Summer
Light:
Medium
Temperature:
Cool-Warm
Fragrant!

Miniature

CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix II Species


Base Price

$220.00

Growth Count

17+ growths - NOT In-Spike ($220.00)

An established clump of Neofinetia falcata 'Hanagoromo'. This variety is known for tiger markings with ruby root tips. They can vary as they are now often seed produced. This particular clump has elongated leaves with salmon pink root tips. It has some purple fleck from higher light exposure. Lots of active new roots are emerging because of it's spring awakening. The variegation is medium grade and can improve towards the end of the summer. Multipe mature growths should make for a good flowering in July. At least 17 growths could be counted.

 

Photo taken 4.24.17.


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