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This is a discussion on V Teocheat Keat within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Not sure if this is the correct spelling, the hand writing on the tag is ...
Not sure if this is the correct spelling, the hand writing on the tag is iffy at best. I love the bloom not as showy as some of the big fat vandas but it is frilly and the color is so intense.
I am working on learning how to bloom vandas. It's always tempting to get them in bloom, but for a change I recently acquired two and neither has even a sign of a spike. I'll just have to do extra good with these.....yours look amazing! I like the large Dr Anek types, but yours is so frilly it's just very pretty! Great job....
Beautiful ! love the color .. Gin
I could live with that in my greenhouse.
Mosrly the name is right,it is V Teoh Chee Keat.And I would like ome.
I prefer these flowers to the bigger ones. Have to try growing them myself.
Actually, I think that is much nicer than the flat round vandas