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vanda pachara delight

This is a discussion on vanda pachara delight within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very nice Vanda, my friend!! Congrats!!...

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    Very nice Vanda, my friend!! Congrats!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nataliwind View Post
    Very nice Vanda, my friend!! Congrats!!
    just wait til i get to post the pics of what i bargained for today?!?! i was just taking a walk to get out of the house... but the deal was amazing!!!

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    This is the sort of bloom that makes me want to be able to grow vandas! Soon. Very soon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cakedaddy View Post
    This is the sort of bloom that makes me want to be able to grow vandas! Soon. Very soon...
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    oh, trust me, im still in the early stages of getting it right!!!

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    My Vanda is sick, it has black spots, wimpie leafs, and a little cricket looking critter or something that is eating the new growth, can anyone suggest what to do? It finished blooming about a month ago and began to get sick.

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