An outdoor-thriving and very free-blooming primary hybrid from the crossing of Vanda suavis
and Vanda cristata
. These blooms have the unusual, cinnabar-red lip markings of V. cristata
and the delightful speckled pattern and rounded shapes of V. suavis
Once they reach 'specimen' size, which usually means they plant is large enough to have branched foliage, they bloom for most of the year! Great outdoors with Cymbidiums
or in with the Cattleyas
. . Temperature Tolerant. July - August blooming.
Orchid of the Day: June 15, 2020