Neofinetia falcata Nishidemiyako is a registered fukiran variety loved for its bold stripes. Nishidemiyako has a further claim to fame because it is one of the varieties known for “morphing,” a process by which new growths develop into something other than the parent variety. Without exception, the morphed variety is a more precious variety. In the case of Nishidemiyako, the “new” variety is often Manazuru which has creamy white on the margin of the leaf and green on the inside (the reverse pattern of Nishidemiyako).
These plants are multi-growth with at least one adult (blooming-size) growth and one baby (usually more).