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This is a discussion on Vanda Sunanda Magic Yellow within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by MissValanor One question to these trademark names... Do you think they are ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissValanor View Post
    One question to these trademark names... Do you think they are unregistered hybrids? Or they're registered and sold under a 'nickname'?
    You can check whether registered on various websites ( free) -. The RHS is the internationally agreed authority for orchids . Go to apps.rhs.org.uk/horticulturaldatabase/orchidregister/orchidregister.asp. It is not especially user friendly.
    In this case, the name was not registered when I I bought the plant, so it's a Pound to a penny that it never was. The plant btw has now gone the way of all my large Vandas - destroyed in a personal disaster - but hey - getting rid of a couple of hundred 8 inch and larger pots has made room for far more smaller pots....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    You can check whether registered on various websites ( free) -. The RHS is the internationally agreed authority for orchids . Go to apps.rhs.org.uk/horticulturaldatabase/orchidregister/orchidregister.asp. It is not especially user friendly.
    In this case, the name was not registered when I I bought the plant, so it's a Pound to a penny that it never was. The plant btw has now gone the way of all my large Vandas - destroyed in a personal disaster - but hey - getting rid of a couple of hundred 8 inch and larger pots has made room for far more smaller pots....

    Sorry to hear that.. do you grow any other Vandas now? Do you use artificial light to supply them with some light over winter?

    I am using the RHS app quite regularly, and trying to find the names of other hybrids (coming from Netherlands) as well, but wasn't lucky with any of them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissValanor View Post
    Sorry to hear that.. do you grow any other Vandas now? Do you use artificial light to supply them with some light over winter?
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    I still have about 60 or 70 foot run of wire, from which I hang my vandaceous plants, and this length is quite full, so perhaps a couple of hundred plants. These include a lot of species and hybrids which used not to be called Vanda, but are vanda now e.g. Ascocentrum, Neofinetia, Aerides etc. and there are some of what I still think of as the true Vandas, in smaller sizes .
    Artificial light, no. I did have the big 400 watt lights before my disaster, using them over my cattleyas in particular ( which want more light than vandas ) but dismantled them after that when I got rid of all the cattleyas. Since then I have been experimenting with LED lighting which has tremendous capability in two areas - cost and very low heat output, but so far without reaching any conclusions .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    I still have about 60 or 70 foot run of wire, from which I hang my vandaceous plants, and this length is quite full, so perhaps a couple of hundred plants. These include a lot of species and hybrids which used not to be called Vanda, but are vanda now e.g. Ascocentrum, Neofinetia, Aerides etc. and there are some of what I still think of as the true Vandas, in smaller sizes..
    Couple of hundreds... now that's quite few I wish that once I'll have as much space to grow orchids, and then I'll probably fill them with same plants as you have

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