This Vanda specie blooms in winter to spring with 15 or more flowers in the spike (I was lucky to have two spikes this blooming season). Flowers are 2 inches in diameter, fragrant with the scent of grapes. The color is light blue, almost white but hopefully it will give me its true sharp vivid colors the next blooming cycle.
This plant is endemic to the forest of Assam India, eastern Himalayas, Yunnan China, Myanmar and Thailand.
I received this grown hanging in a basket bare root so I left it alone thriving happy and healthy, I give it bright to full sunlight south facing windowsill and cool to warm temperatures. I water it frequently in the mornings and in warm growing months I spray it early afternoons as well….with the help of a 3 gallon room humidifier with oscillating fan which gets automatically turned off at night….
I feed it fertilizer weekly weakly alternated with seaweed mix.