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This is a discussion on Vanda hybrid within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Seedling from Burma as a jungle collected already posted few times still cant get the ...
Seedling from Burma as a jungle collected already posted few times still cant get the ID based on my observation maybe this is primary hybrid between V.tessellata and V. alpina or cristata what is your thought?
I don't know the cross, but it is a beautiful vanda. I like the red lip with the yellow blooms.
Beautiful lip and love star shape.
Nice warm colors on these. I like these blooms. AL
The color reminds me of sunset. It is beautiful.
I like it. A nice mellow yellow colour.
I googled and I found this hybrid V. cristata x V.limbata look at the lip which is red color again the same thing can see in V. paki ( tricolor x cristata) red lip.In Burma (Myanmar) commonest vanda species are alpina, cristata, tessellata, denisoniana coerulea and others. I also copy from the link our member cholon quite interesting he comparing the lip of cristata, alpina and pumila. focus on the lip of alpina and cristata both can be dark red and usually the hybrids also will have red color which is found in my vanda too, the point I want to highlight here maybe mine is crossing between alpina x tessellata base on the above/below photo.What do you think?
I have no idea, but I like it. With each post from you, I get more "envious". You must have a fantastic climate for orchids over there.
it's beautiful contrast of color