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Old 08-29-2019, 12:55 PM
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We have a couple of these and one seems to be in bloom most of the time. Yours is a very nice dark color. In our the fragrance seems to strongest in the morning. Very tough plant. Seems to be able to withstand some abuse and neglect.
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I realize this is probably a gross, over-generalization, but most folks I've spoken to that are successful with vandas in semi-hydro culture have pretty low humidity levels.
I do not have humidity problems in the summer that is why it is outdoors....but in the colder months I have to bring it indoors and place it near the electric humidifier with a fan even if my building has a steam water heater.

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Hmmmmm. A worthwhile thought. My summer humidity is always through the roof (outside where I summer the plants) but always lacking and requiring supplement in winter (inside). Perhaps an experiment with a vanda in S/H that stays inside year round is in order here!
The Manhattan summers can be very humid=we breathe water under the subways while waiting for the trains....yet the colder months can be very dry....
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