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This is a discussion on Vanda in Hanging Planter within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; you could probably do coerulea hybrids... they can take some lows. i've been researching vandas ...
you could probably do coerulea hybrids... they can take some lows. i've been researching vandas that can handle cymbidium climate, like here in southern california, and actually finding there are several, tracking them down has not been as easy, but i've recently gotten a vanda Paki, and found a place in santa barabra whose website is very helpful about what can handle similar temps. pm me if you want a link. my lows rarely go below 40 at night in winter.
That makes me feel inadequate
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I'm in Florida where it is HOT
coerulea and it's hybrids can take 40's temps. and vanda Paki, and a few others.