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Old 08-24-2008, 11:54 AM
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Green Flowers:

Hisui (Jade) - Green flowers with contrasting white lip. Often open in a pale green with the color darkening over a few days.
More info: New Hisui, green flower - luckygrower

Hisui Midoribana - Mountain Green, collected.

Kisyu Ryokufu - Flowers may turn out green or white.

Kochonomai - Green flowers.

Shunkyuden or Syunkyuden (Spring Palace) - Large unusual flowers with extra floral parts. Green flowers with some white and a little pink.
More info: New World Orchids

Suikuden (Imperial Flag) - Curved bean leaf foliage with very consistent leaf shape. Flowers are white and sometimes have green on the tips of the petals.
More info: Neofinetia falcata 'Suikuden' in Erin Pottery! - gmdiaz

Yamadori Midori (Mountain Green) - Green flowers.



Pink Flowers:

Ayanishiki - Large pink flowers with pink peduncle.

Benisuzume (Red Sparrow) - Flowers almost a solid pink. White lip with pink tip, spur and peduncle. Fragrance of bubblegum! Compact grower that clumps easily.
More info: Neo. falcata 'Benisuzume' - kavanaru
More info: Neo. Benisuzume - Marco

Koukakuden - Red-pink flowers with rounder shape. Petals light pink, sepals medium pink, white lip.

Momo Hime (Peach Princess) - Narrow green leaves, white to even light pink flowers with bright pink peduncle.
More info: New World Orchids

Seikai (Blue Ocean) - Short, bean leaf foliage with curved growth. Ocean wave tsuke. Contorted upward facing flowers that may have a light pink tone and hover above the leaves in clusters. Very small and compact grower. Flowers are shaped very similarly to the white blooming, Unkai. The Seikei cultivar is very valuable and its history dates back over 400 years!
More info: Seikai, bean leaf type - shakkai

Tamahime - Curved princess leaf, light pink flowers with darker spur.



Red Flowers:

Anzumaru - Red flowers.

Kyokko - Red flowers.

Yamadori Shojou - Mountain Red



White with Pink Flowers:

Akabana - Clear pink flowers with a white lip.
More info: New World Orchids

Amani Akabana - Grows a little smaller than Amami Island. Some pink coloration on peduncle.

Awa Hari Beni / Awaharibeni - Pine needle foliage with some pink on the flowers. Smaller grower.

Kotou Fukurin - Foliage has cream with green center, red tinge. Flowers sometimes with a little pink.

Kutsuwamushi (Chirping Cricket) - Pointy downswept leaves. White flowers with light pink tips on petals that tend to face upwards. Curved dark-green leaves.

Seikai (Blue Ocean) - Short bean leaf with curved growth. Some pink in flowers.
More info: Seikai, bean leaf type - shakkai

Shojou or Syojyo (Red Face) - White flowers with pink tips, a little pink on spur and peduncle.

Shu Ten Nou or Syutenno (Red Emperor) - White flowers with cherry tips, cherry color on spur and peduncle.
More info: New World Orchids

Shutenno (Red Emperor) - Larger plants than the Shu Ten Nou or Syutenno. Almost identical to Shoyjo.
More info: Shutenno, Furan, White Pink Flowers - gmdiaz

Tougen - Large white with light pink spur and tip.

Toyozakura - White base with pink-lavendar overlay



Yellow Flowers:

Kibana Furan (Yellow Wind Orchid)
More info: New World Orchids

Kibana Yamadori (Mountain Yellow Wind Orchid) - Wild collected plants that bloomed out bright yellow.

Kikutome - Yellow flowers with a little pink.

Kisuzume - Bright yellow with white lip.

Kohou (Yellow Treasure) - Deep yellow flowers.

Ogonmaru (Gold) - Dark to light, yellow-orange flowers that can have a citrus fragrance. May not be a true species.
More info: Ogonmaru - couscous74
More info: New World Orchids

Yamadori Kibana (Mountain Yellow) - Green Flowers


Note: Lists compiled from New World Orchids and Orchidweb websites.

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Big grin. . .O'kay now we're ready to post photos and document the colored varieties . . .ur, and did I mention SHOP in a more organized fashion.

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Wow, Gweniran. You've been BUSY today
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Well done, Gwen! What a great addition to the new Neo forum. Thanks for your hard work.

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White with Pink Flowers:

Shu Ten Nou or Syutenno (Red Emperor) - White flowers with cherry tips, cherry color on spur and peduncle.
More info: New World Orchids

Shutenno (Red Emperor) - Larger plants than the Shu Ten Nou or Syutenno. Almost identical to Shoyjo.
More info: Shutenno, Furan, White Pink Flowers - gmdiaz
I'm not sure why a difference is being posted for Shu Ten Nou or Syutenno (Red Emperor) / Shutenno (Red Emperor) in the first entry. My understanding is that all three names are different transliterations into English of the Japanese name for a single variety, written in Kanji as 朱天王 . Different plants of 朱天王 are seen with different flower sizes and slightly different intensities of red/pink because they are coming from different growers who are dealing with different populations of selfings of 朱天王 plants.

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I agree with you Raymond, its the same variety.

I do wonder if there is any other differences between shutenno and shojo besides the color intensity? Different colored root-tips?
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Shojou has very similarly colored roots to Shutenno, but has slightly more curved leaves (hime-ba) than Shutenno.

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Aha, thanks Raymond. Then its a Shutenno I have.
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