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This is a discussion on Vanda JVB x Vanda Johnny Miller within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The piece of driftwood it is mounted on is about 4 foot long...it is now ...
The piece of driftwood it is mounted on is about 4 foot long...it is now way taller than the mount :/ I need to do something with it.
Last edited by cdayinflorida; July 27th, 2012 at 03:59 AM.
That is beautiful! By the way love looking at your collection thanks for sharing.
thanks for second pic, I never thought that it would give thrips a place to hide out, thanks for pointing that out and saving me from trouble down the road
An orchid that blooms many times a year and that is so beautiful is a great addition to any collection. BEAUTIFUL!
I agree completely with you about the washed out colour of most of the modern JVB crosses and that is very puzzling as modern day strap leaved vandas are far superior in quality than the old vanda parents and further more the flower count too has dropped. I'm not sure why but I think it has to do with the intense inbreeding of the strap leaved thus causing a loss in vigour in their offsprings. Just my opinion, very unscientific! LOL.
Once again Congrats, Cathy, for an outstanding JVB cross.
i love to see your collection Cathy and congratulation for the bloom.
It's a joy to read Cathy and Yew Sung's exchange of ideas. There are many JVB crosses available here but not one is properly identified.