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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Vanda Orchid Hybrids

These are Vanda Hybrids, chances are they are a mix of two, three & four different species. I wonder whether any of the orchid growers had constantly mix them more than 20 - 30 times with so many colours and genes.
I really wonder how would they look like.

The basic requirements of these hybrids is they need good sun, exposed roots and heavy feeders. These are different from Aranda because of the structure of the leaves. These look very much like needle like & elongated leaves.


Stephanie said...

The colours are so beautiful! They will surely brighten up any garden :-D

James David said...

Stephanie - it surely does when it flowers.

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