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Thread: Vanda x wuii Motes

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    Default Vanda x wuii Motes

    Vanda x wuii Motes (2020) is a newly described natural hybrid of Vanda coerulea and Vanda brunnea, originating from southern China and named for its discoverer Wu Yupeng.
    It has very sweet fragrant and so fresh I'm so excited, hope you all like it. Can be seen in the
    ‘Natural Hybrids in the Genus Vanda’, Malayan Orchid Review, Vol. 54 (2020), p. 44.
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    That’s really unique. Thanks for sharing.
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    interesting that it is scented. The V. coerulea parent has no scent. The nice large flat V. sanderiana crosses I've seen are unscented due to the V. sanderiana genes.

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    That is a really great bloom Zain!

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    Beautiful, unique color and shape. Fragrance is always a bonus.


    Susan

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    Another beauty Zain!

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    This is just gorgeous Zain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne View Post
    That’s really unique. Thanks for sharing.
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    You welcome Arne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yug View Post
    interesting that it is scented. The V. coerulea parent has no scent. The nice large flat V. sanderiana crosses I've seen are unscented due to the V. sanderiana genes.
    It's inherited from Vanda brunnea again another wonderful species with lovely scent thanks Yug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDT View Post
    That is a really great bloom Zain!
    Thank you very much Jack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidlady View Post
    Beautiful, unique color and shape. Fragrance is always a bonus.


    Susan
    Exactly Susan that the reason I love Vanda species...awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keysguy View Post
    Another beauty Zain!
    Thanks Leigh Vanda's species are so unique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheryl View Post
    This is just gorgeous Zain!
    Thanks Sheryl

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