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This is a discussion on noid purple vanda within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I'm thinking the leaves may be the differece in age of petals or growing conditions. ...
I'm thinking the leaves may be the differece in age of petals or growing conditions. This is the only really purple-y vanda i have ever seen...most tend to go more to blue or pink
Very pretty! Love that color.
the seller of my vanda was sure of what he had of the name, he did not know the "other half"...I hope I hope I can get mine to bloom again, but it is very cool here
I hope it does rebloom for you, mine is on it's second spike now and the flowers have a good keeping quality. Like the pic of your dog looks like a border collie, I have a border collie mix and he is wonderful, if I could clone him I would, so sane compared to my other two wild ones.
Yes Addy is a Border Collie/ Aussie mix. She is my heart. the mold was broken when she was made.
Vandas like heat don't they?
Very nice deep color.
yes vandas are considered a warmer growing orchid, in most cases
I have light, humidity, moderate heat
Very nice Ed and great by plant looks super healthy...