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Small vanda species

This is a discussion on Small vanda species within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I also vote for Lou Sneary which is very fragrant...

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    I also vote for Lou Sneary which is very fragrant

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    Here are some off the top of my head...

    (I still use some of the 'old' names)

    Neofinetia falcata - small with great scent - hybrids of this are also scented, and relatively easy to acquire/grow

    Vanda cristata

    Ascocentrum ampullaceum, curvifolium, garayi, christensonianum, and miniatum

    Vandopsis parishii

    Vanda lamellata

    Trichoglottis brachiata

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    Trichoglottis brachiata? The ones I have seen are quite big, on the verge of gigantic actually.
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    That would take a while, I'd have divided it by then, and given the cuttings to orchid club members.

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