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Note: Please refer plant picture for size reference. Being live plants, the actual plant might vary in size. There might be variations produced by hybrids or species in the size, colour and pattern of the flowers.
Vanda orchid should be watered in the morning so that they can get adequate time to dry before the next watering. Watering frequently during the warmer months and less frequently in the cooler months.
There are 3 types of Vanda orchids, each with a different type of leaf. The first type is the strap-leaf (broad, flat leaves), the second type is terete (round, pencil-like leaves), and the third is semi-terete (hybrid of strap-leaf & terete leaf). In general, all Vanda orchids require bright light intensity and you will want to provide bright light to your Vanda without causing sunburn to the plant. Light depends upon the type of leaves the orchid has. Terete leaf Vandas need full sun, semi-terete leaf Vandas need a bit less sun, and strap-leaf Vandas need even a little less light.
Vandas thrive in warm temperatures. The temperature requirements for Vandas are daytime temperatures somewhere between 21°C to 35°C and night temperatures between 18°C to 28°C. In the fall, lower nighttime temperatures help encourage the growth of spikes, although prolong this temperature drop for too long may stunt the growth and buds may fall off. Higher temperatures encourage faster growth in Vandas, although if you plan to keep your orchid in higher temperatures you will have to remember to maintain higher humidity conditions, more air movement, as well as more frequent watering.
Vandas thrive in very humid conditions. A relative humidity level that is ideal for Vandas is somewhere in the 75-85% range, however, if a Vanda orchid is kept in excess moist conditions then disease and rot can set in which will cause damage to the plant. Because the humidity level requirement is so high for Vanda proper air circulation should be necessary to avoid rotting.
When Vanda orchids are in active growth they should be fertilized regularly. During the winter months, Vandas should only be fertilized twice a month. Never fertilize an orchid that is completely dry, because this can cause major damage to the roots. You should always water your orchid very thoroughly once a month so that the excess fertilizer build-up can be removed.
Vandas should be repotted in a hanging netted pot without any media which increases the area for the roots to grow without disturbing the plant itself.
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