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This is a discussion on Vanda tricolor v. suavis within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The plant has 6 spikes, 2 maybe hidden a touch. I can't get to it ...
The plant has 6 spikes, 2 maybe hidden a touch. I can't get to it for a better pic, it's truly stuck to the bench & floor. Can't get it out of the grow area anyway, too big.
Wow. Looks awesome. Great specimen. Great job in blooming it. Thanks for sharing
I would say it must like it there and wants to stay where it is.
Wow, how tall is your plant? I have young V. tricolour, can't wait for it to bloom for the first time...
The main stem is over 1 meter, 4 feet in our old scale approx'.
Wish my other Vandas grew as well.
I still have a long way to go. Mine has just two pairs of leaves so I guess it will take ages for it to bloom for the first time.