Monthly Archives: June 2015

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Vanda Betty May Steel x Guo Chia Long

This is a great cross that I wish that I had more plants of. Both parents make super flowers!

Vanda Betty May Steel x Guo Chia Long

Vanda Betty May Steel x Guo Chia Long

Vanda Betty May Steel x Guo Chia Long

Vanda Betty May Steel x Guo Chia Long


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Vanda denisoniana

Here is a species that I just love even if I havn’t had so much luck with my plant. I haven’t flowered it for some years now but I still remember the sweet sent of lemon that filled the greenhouse. I have now bought two more plants so I am hoping for some flowers in the years to come.

Vanda denisoniana

Last time it flowered it resulted in two new crosses Renantanda Tommy Ljunggren and Papilionanda Ljunggrens Blue Sunshine. The later one getting to flowering size now!

Renantanda Tommy Ljunggren parents Papilionanda Ljunggrens Blue Sunshine

Here are some more photos of this variable species. Many thanks to all that has contributed with photos!

Vanda denisoniana yellow (3) Vanda denisoniana yellow (2) Vanda denisoniana yellow (1)
Vanda denisoniana white (3) Vanda denisoniana white (2) Vanda denisoniana white (1)
Vanda denisoniana orange (3) Vanda denisoniana orange (2) Vanda denisoniana orange (1)
Vanda denisoniana 1 Vanda denisoniana (4) Vanda denisoniana (2)

Here you will find some more info of the species.


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Watering Vanda roots


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Vanda curvifolia

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Vanda species of the week.

Found from Assam India, eastern Himalayas, Nepal, Myanamar, Thailand, Laos, southern China and Vietnam to the south. It grows on deciduous trees in dry lowland forests at elevations of sealevel to 700 meters.

Vanda curvifolia

Vanda curvifolia

Vanda curvifolia

Vanda curvifolia

Vanda curvifolia

Vanda curvifolia

Vanda curvifolia f. luteum

Vanda curvifolia f. luteum

Vanda curvifolia f. luteum

Vanda curvifolia f. luteum

Vanda curvifolia f. luteum

Vanda curvifolia f. luteum


Many thanks to all that has helped me with material for this site!