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Singapore's national flower is named after Miss Agnes Joaquim who bred the world's first cultivated vanda hybrid in the 1980s

approaching her 90th birthday.

From the 2020 Orchid Show: Jeff Leatham's Kaleidoscope, the New York Botanical Garden. The Bronx, NYC -- February 16, 2020

Vandas sind sehr schöne Orchideen.Man kann sie nicht im Zimmer kultivieren.Sie werden nicht in einen Substrat gehalten.Nur in einen Körbchen wo die Wurzel frei raushängen.Sie brauchen viel Wärme und hohe Luftfeuchtigkeit.Was man in einer Wohnung nicht hat. Vom Preis sind sie sehr hoch.Außer Baumarkt Ware .Als Schnittblume hält sie sehr lange.

 

Orquid - Orquidea - Orchidée - Orkidea

Vanda coerulea

Andde Belloc produktorea

Macro close-up of a purplish vanda on display at the current NYBG's Orchid Show.

Bangkok, Casa de Jim Thompson,Tailandia

Taken at the Tamiami Orchid Festival at the Dade County Fair grounds in Miami, Florida

Copyright © RositaSo Image. All rights reserved.

Beautiful vanda orchids in the sales section of the Pacific Orchid Exposition, Golden Gate Park.

 

A beautiful specimen of lady's slipper (also known as slipper orchid) at the Pacific Orchid Exposition, Golden Gate Park.

 

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© Melissa Post 2019

Vanda sp. orchid growing in the glasshouse at RHS Wisley.

More orchid exhibits from the 2020 Orchid Festival in the Princess of Wales Conservatory, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London.

Blüte vom 28.9.2020

Blüt nach 14 Tagen immer noch.

Schnittblume

Cultivated in the glass.

Cultivated in the Glass.

I never realized just how many varieties of orchids there are until I visited the Orchid Garden at the Naples (Fl) Botanical Gardens. While the breeze was welcome, it was very difficult to get decent images. But I was lucky to catch a few.

 

Sincere thanks to everyone kind enough to view, comment and/or fave!

Vanda Thailand Beauty (V. Thonglor x V. coerulea)

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