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Old 04-28-2023, 08:46 AM
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Very cool blooms. And the plant doesn't look monstrously large like a lot of vandas get to be (although perhaps this one too will grow to an impressive size?).
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It's not small, but not a monster either (I have an older plant)
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Old 07-02-2023, 04:35 AM
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I got one from him several years ago, good to see what it will look like when it blooms
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A real beauty! Thanx for posting.
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I can second that Vanda roeblingiana is somewhat cold tolerant. It can take it down to 55 F quite comfortably. Iíve grown this species outdoors for a number of years out here too where it can get down to 45 F or 36 F for short periods of time.

I find it grows better a bit warmer (55F low).

This species is manageable in size compared to something like Vanda sanderiana.
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