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This is a discussion on Vanda Pakchong Blue within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; If I can get my Vandas etc in flower at a time the right Phally ...
If I can get my Vandas etc in flower at a time the right Phally pollen is available I'm going to have a crack at crossing them. Might be that never ending quest to get a result though !!!
You can cross a vanda and a phal????
It is indeed a remarkable hybrid - I'm still talking about Pakchong Blue - not the vandanopsis later discussed ( I have several Pakchoings, , all different)- this one is a top quality tesselated blue.
STUNNER !the blooms are so voluptuous !
These are incredible! I don't think I have the room for vandas, but seeing this makes me want them so much. I wonder if I could convert my guestroom into a vanda room....
Hmmmm. . . . I wonder what would happen if you could find an intermediate between the phals and vandas, something that breeds easily with both phals AND vandas. Are the blue vandas terete leaved? I wonder . . . .