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Old 08-22-2008, 03:59 AM
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I thought I would try to make a list of some of the different types of Neos. This one is for the bean leaf types - those that have shorter, thicker, fatter leaves.

(Photos to follow! And I will add in links to individual posts about these plants as threads get added.)

Beniboushi - A mini bean with rasp leaves.
More info: (to follow)

Kirin Maru - Miniature bean leaf.
More info: Neofinetia falcata 'Kiran Maru

Kisei Gyoku - A newer variety of bean leaf.

Kuro Shinjyu (means Black Pearl) - Tiny plant, with much smaller flowers as well.
More info: Neofinetia falcata Kuro Shinjyu in spike
Kuro Shinjyu (Black Pearl)


Mameba Nishiki - Miniature bean leaf with white, star shaped flowers.
More info: Neo falcata 'Mameba'

Sedai - Medium sized bean leaf, faster growing than some varieties.

Seikai (means Blue Ocean) - Short bean leaf with downward swept leaves. Light pink, unusual form flowers that face upwards and cluster together on the bloom spike.
More info: Seikai, bean leaf type

Suikaden (means Imperial Flag) - Curved bean leaf, with very consistent leaves. Flowers have some green in them.
More info: Neofinetia falcata 'Suikaden' in Erin Pottery!

Tamakongo - Bean leaf with flowers that have a very short spur and a wide, rounded form. Some flowers have pink in them.

Unkai (means Sea of Clouds) - Irregular flowers which are white with a forward facing spur.
More info: Unkai, bean leaf

Yodonomatsu (means Pine of Yodo) - Quite compact bean leaf, smaller than Tamakongo.
More info: Yodonomatsu, bean leaf type

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Old 08-23-2008, 08:15 PM
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Oh, one more....Beniboushi. It's a mini bean with rasp leaves. I can make a new entry for that one later so you can link it to this post.
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Added to the list! I'll add the link in when you have time to post.
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Just wanted all the neo groupies to check out these photos....

I don't know the names of any of these but I will find out. Eventually.

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I believe the last part of the url thing is the Mandarin pronunciation of the Kanji. So the Japanese name will be different.

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Just wanted all the neo groupies to check out these photos....

I don't know the names of any of these but I will find out. Eventually.

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구화

I believe the last part of the url thing is the Mandarin pronunciation of the Kanji. So the Japanese name will be different.
That first one seems so incredibly tiny!! I wonder how big it is?
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Not sure, Camille. I'm guessing it may be no bigger than the size of a quarter.
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And when you find out. . .you HAVE to report back. Those are both soooo great!
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I know the last post was in 2008, but maybe someone can scrounge back into the archives and help me out?
I tried looking at the posted links and they are broken. T-T It was the first time my Neofinetia search sent me to a Korean site and I was heart broken! T^T
If anyone can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it.
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Going by the name in the broken URL, it looks like this is the first referenced in the links. (Now i want one...dammit)

Korean name is Guigeumgang or Gugeumgang and the Japanese reading of the name is Kamekongou

My Japanese reference says that it's a Chou-mameba, or Super-beanleaf

Korean Links:

ͱݰ*(Т˧) //dzǰ :: ̹ α

난초게시판 - 아래 구금강...

산채농채집채 - 구금강(龜金剛)

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ͱݰ*(Т˧) //dzǰ :: ̹ α

Japanese Links:

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- ݵ*

From a couple of the photos however, it seems that the plant may have a propensity to grow long leaves in certain conditions...

---------- Post added at 12:57 AM ---------- Previous post was at 12:42 AM ----------

I'm not entirely sure that this is the right one, but the name is the same as the second one linked above.

Korean Name: Guhwa
Japanese Name: Kagaribi

Japanese reference says that it's a tiger variegated small leaved variety, but doesn't say anything about being a bean-leaf.

ѱdzȸ > ȸǰ(ȳ) > *(篝)

â > dz > *

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Thanks so much!!! I am loving it! Breaking out the Korean-English dictionary and calling daddy now!
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