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This is a discussion on Vandopsis lissochiloides within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Can you please post a picture of the plant with the leaves, Zainal? I have ...
Can you please post a picture of the plant with the leaves, Zainal? I have two unidentified vandaceous orchids here that came from some of our tribesmen. I suspect they could be vandopsis but I am not sure.
Beautiful back to front Zain. AL
very nice Zain!!! Wish I could grow these hot to warm growers.
wow, is that cool looking. very distinctive. nice job.
Sriram, Angel as I promised earlier as you can see this is very huge plants and the spike keep elongated now more than 2 feet, the last photo is another clone from Indonesia relatively even bigger than the first plant so far no sign of spike I wish at anytime.Thanks.
Wow!!. Thats a awesome looking specimen. I have seen vandopsis with more rounder leaves and this one is pointed like vanda. thanks for sharing picture Dr.zainal.
Thanks for uploading the pics I asked for, Zainal. Here are mine in the state in which I bought them in September of 2013. They are very slow growing plants, with stout roots and stems, bigger in diameter than I have seen in my vandas. Both are doing ok but have not produced any flowers so far. I don't know if these are vandopsis or vandas or some other kind.