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Bright Yellow-Orange Vanda NoID

This is a discussion on Bright Yellow-Orange Vanda NoID within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Orquiadicto Lucky you! Having these wonderful flowers all year long. I envy ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orquiadicto View Post
    Lucky you! Having these wonderful flowers all year long. I envy you.
    Literally all year long, Jesus. The downside is that there are times when I take this one for granted simply because it's there all the time.

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    If you find out what cross it is, please tell me so I can try and get one. I'm in love with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orquiadicto View Post
    If you find out what cross it is, please tell me so I can try and get one. I'm in love with it.
    Half of it is an Ascocenda Madam Kenny. The other half, I suspect a semi-terete vanda. It has the overall appearance of a semi-terete vanda; doesn't look like an ascocenda at all.

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    Thanks. I'll do some research to see if I find any. It's such a lovely plant and if it's got terete vandal in it's background, it could perhaps stand the strong sunlight we have in summer

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    Wonderful colour - one of the best JVB crosses I have seen.Congratulations on the excellent culture, Angel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orquiadicto View Post
    Thanks. I'll do some research to see if I find any. It's such a lovely plant and if it's got terete vandal in it's background, it could perhaps stand the strong sunlight we have in summer
    Oh I can assure you it can, Jesus. The latest photos were taken under direct topical noontime sun in the Philippines, around 33 degrees centigrade.

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    Wonderful colour - one of the best JVB crosses I have seen.Congratulations on the excellent culture, Angel!
    Thank you, Yew Sung. Actually I don't give this one any special treatment at all. I myself am wondering what makes it bloom every month of the year. It is highly unusual for a vanda.

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    I believe that Ascda. NoID is Ascda. Summer Delight 'Susan' which is a cross between V. JVB (Josephine Van Brero) x Ascda. Eileen Beauty. I have one that is a prolific bloomer (3 times this year, 4th blasted from too much rain), no scent, and blooms are larger than most Ascda., but still not as large as the V. JVB parent.
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    I have a few Vanda JVB's (one of the parent plants), and I've uploaded a photo of one, but I can't locate any Ascda. Eileen Beauty photos.
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    I'm not sure when the cross was made, but I've had this one for over 20 years. If I don't abuse it too much, I expect it will outlive me. When it gets long, I divide it and give away leads. I should go check to see how those are doing. I won't divide it again until it get much larger this time.

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    Ascda. Summer Delight 'Susan' = (V. JVB x Ascda. Eileen Beauty)

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    Yug, your second JVB cross is most probably V Tan Chin Tuan ( J x Rothchildiana ) if you had it for more than 20 years. I remember that in the early days of JVB crosses, the hybrids mostly turned out in shades of salmon and early hybridisers were hoping for blue when crossed with Rothchildiana but almost all turned out in pinkish shades. I have seen some nice blues of recent JVB hybrids from Thailand that have been made with their more modern complex blue strap leaved vandas. I have one that has a light shade of blue but am still looking for darker ones, Unfortunately the one I have is not as free flowering as the usual JVB crosses.

    Back in the early 1960s when there was a craze in JVB crosses I literally saw thousands (in flower farms in Singapore and Malaysia) in every combination of JVB and strap leaved vandas but none could equal the original V Tan Chay Yan var 'Tan Hoon Siang'. However there was one that could possibly have given it a run for the money, and this was a cross of JVB x V Eisenhower by a Penang breeder. It had excellent form, very good dark colour, more yellowish than the pink/salmon of the normal JVB crosses, good flower count but slightly smaller in size than the V Tan Chay Yan 'THS'. Most of the siblings of this cross were uniformly very good. Unfortunately due to society rivalry/politics this particular cross was never awarded. I don't think any of this clone has survived in collections here. A pity. The Singapore Botanic Gardens is to be congratulated for mericloning the original Tan Chay Yan and offering the seedlings to collectors.

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    Actually, the last 2 photos are supposed to be a straight V. JVB, not a cross. I have a friend that has one that is the same size/shape, but it is a much paler color. She is the same person that I got this from.

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