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This is a discussion on Vanda Seedlings in s/h within the Semi Hydro / Lights / Greenhouses / Accessories forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; My sister has given me a flask of vanda coerulea (approx 8 plants). I am ...
My sister has given me a flask of vanda coerulea (approx 8 plants).
I am planning to put the seedlings in s/h.
Has anyone had any experiences with vanda 'seedlings' in s/h?
I wonder if vandas can be grown in s/h permanently if they adapt to s/h as seedlings?
I recently transferred two stubborn vandaceus hybrid seedlings into S/H. One is a vanda and the other is a holcoglossum.
It is still too early to tell if they like it or not, but I will share any worthwhile updates regarding those two.
I think there is actually a keiki sprouting from the bottom of the holcoglossum, but I dont want to disturb it by moving the LECA around too much.
I have a few Vanda species in S/H and they love it!!! Good luck with the coerulea seedlings... I can't wait for mine to bloom!!!
Thanks for all your replies and encouragements!
I have never deflasked vandas before.
I will keep you guys posted.
This is a great forum!