2” pot. Neofinetia falcata, also called “samurai orchid”, “wind orchid”, or “fu-ran”, is a small epiphytic species is native to Japan, where many different varieties are cultivated. Grows as a single stem (monopodial) that continues to elongate as it produces new leaves. Eventually, the plant will produce many additional growths from the base and form a clump. Flowers arise from the sides of the plant, with each growth continuing to produce flower spikes throughout its lifetime. The flowers are usually white, but may be pink, bluish or yellowish in some varieties. Ascda Suksamran Sunlight blooms with large sprays of round, full yellow-orange flowers. Cross between Ascocentrum and Vanda, the plant size is smaller than a conventional Vanda, but larger than an Ascocentrum. The cross with Neofinetia should result in compact plants with yellow flowers, fuller in shape than those of Neofinetia falcata, shown in the photo. Young seedlings.