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I Do Believe Vandaceous Orchids Love High Humidity

This is a discussion on I Do Believe Vandaceous Orchids Love High Humidity within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; The vase vanda method is viable. I have a Princess Mikasa that I've grown that ...

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    The vase vanda method is viable. I have a Princess Mikasa that I've grown that way for 5 years.

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    Oh hush you ennabler!!

    BTW, which ones are small and how small? My southern window is pretty full of Cattleyas and Oncidium Alliance plants though. Vandas need a lot of light don't they? The one Vanda cross I had grew very well in that window, but it's place has been taken by Oncidium Sharry Baby and a Wilsonara and a couple of new Catts. It wasn't too big, I'd actually buy that one again if I get the chance.

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