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Neofinetia falcata 'Kibana Fuuran' 黄花風蘭

Neofinetia falcata 'Kibana Fuuran' 黄花風蘭<span class="cross"></span>
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Exported out of Japan as Neofinetia falcata, but often referred to the Japanese as a Neofinetia 'Hybrid', 'Kibana Fuuran' is a beautiful yellow flowered Neofinetia, almost identical to 'Ogonmaru'. The flowers open white and darken to yellow over the period of about a week. They have a different fragrance than regular Neofinetia and also tend to bloom in the early spring or late fall/winter, and when large can bloom more than once per year.


Small growths will be large enough to bloom summer of 2017.


Current batch are divisions of seed grown plants.

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