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Vanda in Spike Progression Pics--First spike ever!

This is a discussion on Vanda in Spike Progression Pics--First spike ever! within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by mmursuli Do it! They are great orchids and very rewarding And addicting....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmursuli View Post
    Do it! They are great orchids and very rewarding
    And addicting.

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    I have a couple no name vanda. When the first finally bloomed I had a million pictures of the buds. The anticipation was part of the fun for me as well. Congrat's on such great growing!! I'm sure the flowers are going to be gorgeous.

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    Thank you Mmursuli, I really enjoyed your pictures as I have acquired my first Vandas and I am waiting for a spike like yours. it is nice to see the progression. Great job and I look forward to the bloom pictures.

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    One day closer! Thanks for all the compliments

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    It's so exciting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmursuli View Post
    One day closer! Thanks for all the compliments
    YAY!

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    Beautiful plant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zozzl View Post
    Beautiful plant!
    Thank you

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    Look at what I had waiting for me after my run!!!!



    I'll post more pics as more buds open

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    Yay, yay, yay. Congratulations. It is pretty.
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