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Thread: Vanda Josephine Van Brero x Kultana Blue

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    Default Vanda Josephine Van Brero x Kultana Blue

    This was one of the first orchids that I bought as a top cutting at the Redlands orchid festival back in May 2015. First time blooming with only three buds, but I love the shape.
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    Does have a nice shape and colour. It's great when your 1st bloom is what you had hoped for!

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    I agree. Love the shape!

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    Very nice Vanda

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    Very nice colour.

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    Well done, congratulations on the first re-bloom! Now you should start to see more blooms per year and more flower counts, just keep good water techniques and fertilizer which they love.

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