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This is a discussion on Unidentified Red Vandaceous within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This one has been with me for about a decade now. It is not a ...
This one has been with me for about a decade now. It is not a prolific bloomer which I hope will change because the plant looks healthier now. Flowers are small. One can compare them against the regular-sized vanda in the background.
Wow, a striking red vanda. So beautiful, Angel! I wish I had one just like it.
love both of them, a very pretty red ascda(?) and beautiful semiterete in backgound
My friend made a top cut of this one and planted the cutting in sunnier spot. I noticed later on that the cutting didn't have any roots on it. I was pretty sure it would die. Well, it survived. This is only its third flowering since that cutting error.
That Vanda TMA Red in the background is a beauty too. However, sometimes I find that bright red next to hot pink can be quite an assault to the eyes.
having worked in flower shops for many years and the only color of orchid people wanted was white, I welcome a color riot, I have 2 red ascda.s budding now I hope they turn out like yours
That red vandaceous orchid is planted beside the Vanda TMA Red and towering above it is the huge Mokara Dinah Shore which has three spikes in full bloom now (See "Mokara Dinah Shore 2012"). None of the cooler violets and dark reds are in bloom. And the bright orange Madam Kenny hybrid with a bright red tongue is threatening with two flower spikes coming up. Ed, my garden in on fire!