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This is a discussion on An Orange Asconcenda noid within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by angel Ok, I'll be very patient and wait. Hahaha. Now, I'm confused ...
Yes it is Angel. That is the Vasco Veeraphol.
Hello Yew Sung. This was one of my ascocendas. This photo was taken when the plant had been with me for two years. The leaves sure did not look like it had too much sunlight. It received around three to four hours of direct morning sunlight daily.
Ok. What I noticed is that the roots would slowly dry up and the leaves, of course, follow. It also happens, though seldom, to some of the other vandaceous here, but most of them are able to recover. Unfortunately, my ascocendas did not recover.