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This is a discussion on Vanda in Vase in Bloom: Princess Mikasa within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I agree with you Julie, Clint the ascocenda is so healthy is they any possibility ...
I agree with you Julie, Clint the ascocenda is so healthy is they any possibility that it will topple down?
humidity or air flow, which is more important? The vandas in a pot anyway..how is this any different from having it hanging and spraying or dunking it every few days? I don't get this vase method. Guess you'd have to have really low humidity to want to try the vase method. Most Vandas need more light than sitting in your home can provide. and i like to let there roots breath.
Beautiful blooms and unique growing method for vandas.
Some UK growers have had luck with such a growing method too. Nice growing, Clint!
I find it very interesting to see different ways to grow these wonderful plants. I don't question why it works. I do see that the light requirements are meet with additional fluorscent lighting. The roots have a added humid environment. Your plant looks very healthy and happy. If I were a vanda fan, I would give it a try. When you water your plant, do you just tip it on its side to remove the excess water when you are done ? Take Care,Rich
Makes me want to find a nice windowsill and try it out on a baggie baby...I love the vanda types.
It looks so healthy. Would you explain exactly how you water it - start to finish?