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Neofinetia falcata 'Tamagawa' 玉川 - Lightly-Variegated Specimen (Individual 3/28/17)

Neofinetia falcata 'Tamagawa' 玉川 - Lightly-Variegated Specimen (Individual 3/28/17)<span class="cross"></span>
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CITES export Appendix II Species

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30+ - NOT In-Spike ($150.00)

This is a listing for a large Tamagawa specimen we have grown here at Orchids Limited for close to a decade. This particular specimen plant has sporadic, light marginal variegation but can morph to produce stronger variegation typically on one edge or sometimes both. This variety will produce shorter flower spikes that will flower closer to the base of the plant. There is a huge root system on this plant so we have decided to wrap it and tuck it into a Japanese cymbidium pot, but some roots could be removed to facilitate its placement into a standard Fuuran pot.


The exact plant pictured above is the one you will receive with your order.

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An orchid plant may arrive in bud, in bloom or in various stages of in-spike development. A plant in-spike can take anywhere from 1 week to 2 months before flowers begin to open. We are one of the few nurseries to ship orchids in spike or bloom. Most of the time our carefully wrapped orchids in-spike or in-bloom arrive in good condition. However, due to conditions beyond our control, we cannot guarantee that all flower spikes, flowers, or buds will arrive in perfect condition.

An orchid will arrive while it is not currently spiking or blooming due to being either before or after its bloom season. Check the "Bloom Season" information on the product page to see when the plant is expected to spike and flower. Many orchid lovers and hobbyists prefer plants that are not in-spike in order to watch the first stages of the spike emerging all the way through to the reward of the bloom! If you are sending a plant as a gift, you generally want to send the plant in-spike unless the gift receiver would prefer otherwise.