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unreadable id vanda

This is a discussion on unreadable id vanda within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I received this as a christmas present from my bosses, must have done something right. ...

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    Default unreadable id vanda

    I received this as a christmas present from my bosses, must have done something right. I left it in it's display until today because I was anxious to see if it had identification, and this is what I found, if anyone can make any sense of this much appreciated, or if you have a guess at a name. thanksName:  xmas vanda (Copy).jpg
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    Ed, I would swear this is Kasem's Delight X Bitz's Heartthrob - Do a search for mine either here or on FB. Mine came from your area of Florida.
    Love it!

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    Hi Ed, I am agreeing with Cathy, Certainly looks like it. Beautiful gift anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    Ed, I would swear this is Kasem's Delight X Bitz's Heartthrob - Do a search for mine either here or on FB. Mine came from your area of Florida.
    Love it!
    Did a google search and your post was the first thing listed. It does look like it, there was not much more info on this cross other than your post. The leaves are very thick on this one , very succulent type of feel. thanks for the input, much appreciated. I'm still interested in what the tag says, can't make out the language.

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    Ed, the name of the cross is Somsri Delight

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    Very interesting now I'm totally blurr about flat vanda Cathy have interesting input about it, Ed we have our friend from Thailand remember if the language is Siamese sure Kitty can read that word, nice present , congrats.

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    I mean Kasem's Delight X Bitz's Heartthrob = Somsri Delight

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