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Sign of recovery - Vanda stangeana

This is a discussion on Sign of recovery - Vanda stangeana within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Congrats, 4 months is a good wait...

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    Congrats, 4 months is a good wait

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    I am not changing its name.
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    hahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidsal View Post
    Congratulations Naoki! Please let me us know what else you did for this Vanda to set it on the road to recovery. AL
    Al, I think the combination of moss and the tree fern mount has kept the root area more humid? This is the only rootless plant I was able to save so far. I wish I could give you much better advise.

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    Thanks for the response Naoki. I have not as yet saved a rootless orchid and I'm sure the odds are not good, making what you and the plant did very exceptional. AL

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    Best luck on your V. Manuvadee. Since I knew somebody would give you better solution, I did not participate the thread. For the last 12 years, 'rootless' orchids to me were 1) disease/pests catchers, 2) composts, 3) space-wasters.

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    Congratlations! Hope you grow and bloom this vanda orchid easily and beautifully.

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    Those are some beautiful healthy roots. Good job. I find it funny that orchid growers can look at an orchid with beautiful blooms and say "Wow, look at the roots on that plant".

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    Just noticed there are two more coming out from the other side. Woo Hoo.

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