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Vanda flower spike update and Angraecum sesquipedale

This is a discussion on Vanda flower spike update and Angraecum sesquipedale within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I find it interesting how the same type of plant can be grown in so ...

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    I find it interesting how the same type of plant can be grown in so many different ways around the world, mine are all mostly bare root with a few potted with tree fern chunks and pieces of broken pottery. We all have something to share and something to learn.

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    Kate, thank you for your patient reply to potted Vandas versus Hanging, bare root Vandas. I have started acquiring Vandas--I have now two Vandas, one in a pot and one in a basket--the vendor also added Spanish moss in the basket--as the only other "media". The other Vanda came in a pot packed in coarse bark. I was going to repot the basket based Vanda into bark, but it looks very healthy in the basket. Now that I see your post, I think I'll leave it be, and see which one does the best--hopefully they will both thrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattWoelfsen View Post
    Kate, thank you for your patient reply to potted Vandas versus Hanging, bare root Vandas. I have started acquiring Vandas--I have now two Vandas, one in a pot and one in a basket--the vendor also added Spanish moss in the basket--as the only other "media". The other Vanda came in a pot packed in coarse bark. I was going to repot the basket based Vanda into bark, but it looks very healthy in the basket. Now that I see your post, I think I'll leave it be, and see which one does the best--hopefully they will both thrive.
    That will be an interesting experiment, to see which one fares better. :-)

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