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Vanda, abbreviated in the horticultural trade as V., is a genus in the orchid family, Orchidaceae. There are about 80 species, and the genus is commonly cultivated for the marketplace. This genus and its allies are considered to be among the most specifically adapted of all orchids within the Orchidaceae.
The care of the Vanda differs from that of other orchids. Give the following care tips and your customers will enjoy many years of their magnificent Vanda orchid.
The Vanda feels comfortable at normal room temperatures between 18 and 27 degrees Celsius. At the right temperature and light, the plant will grow actively throughout the year.
For blooming the Vanda orchid needs a lot of light. Avoid direct sunlight in the summer: this causes the leaves of the plant to turn pale and light green. Also, the leaves can shrink. Too little light causes the leaves to turn dark green. The plant will not bloom then. When opening the flower this must first develop color. A lot of light in the flowering phase ensures a beautiful clear flower color. >>>
After ten days, the flowers have grown to their full size.
Fill the vase with water twice a week during the hot sunny periods. In cloudy and cool periods you only need to do this once a week. When filling the vase, the roots absorb the water like a sponge. After about 30 minutes, no air bubbles appear and the roots are saturated. Then remove the remaining water from the vase. The plant has now stored enough water in the roots for several days.
Use a normal, balanced fertilizer for the Vanda. These are available in the flower shop or garden center. Give the fertilizer into the irrigation water once a month.
When the flowers have faded, the panicle can be cut out.
After several months, depending on the available daylight, a new panicle will grow. Place the plant in a cool place for several weeks to encourage re-flowering. This place should never be colder than 15 degrees Celsius.
In between, the Vanda must get normal water: the plant has no rest period like other orchid species. Put away in the dark is not necessary: leave the plant in a bright place.
Colors & availability.
- In principle, all colors are available on pre-order - delivery time is then approx. One week.
- There are always three different varieties available immediately in small to large - mostly these are Leopard Coral, a dark purple variety and a pink variety.
- Immediately available in XXXL we have the colors - Midnight Black, Lipstick, Kanchana Angelite & Dark Chocolate Brown.
- For color requests or questions, we are of course happy at any time by phone or email available!