Vanda Orchids
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Vanda Orchids Dtps.Pulcherrima X Astm. Miniatum Without Flowers

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Product details



Plant Type


Flower Colour


Flower Size

2 inch

Growing Difficulty


Plant Size

Matured/ Flowering Size




Intermediate to Warm

Suitable for:

Balcony Gardening /Home Gardening

Potting Media

No Media

Plant Dimensions

9 inches

Pot Dimensions

4 inch (vanda pot)


Product Information

Doricentrum Pulcherrimin is a primary hybrid between Doritis Pulcherrima x Ascocentrum Miniatum. It produces small-sized white-colored flowers with yellow, and has a cute orange-colored lip. The plant is considered a "primary hybrid" and was originated by the University of Hawaii in 1971.  The plant dimensions are around 9 inch (height) and the pot dimensions are a 4 inch vanda pot. 


About Vanda Orchids

About Vanda Orchids: Vanda orchids are a popular and highly sought-after genus within the orchid family. Known for their vibrant colors and large, showy blooms, they are prized by orchid enthusiasts and collectors alike. Vanda orchids are native to Southeast Asia and can be found in a variety of habitats, including lowland forests, mountains, and even urban environments.

These orchids are epiphytic, meaning they naturally grow on trees or other surfaces without taking nutrients from them. Their roots are adapted to capture moisture and nutrients from the air and rainwater, making them unique and requiring specific care.

Vanda orchids are known for their long-lasting flowers, often staying in bloom for several weeks or even months. They come in a wide range of colors, including various shades of blue, purple, pink, orange, and white. Vanda orchids require bright, indirect light, warm temperatures, high humidity, and proper air circulation to thrive.

As a result of their beauty and the diversity within the genus, Vanda orchids have become popular as both houseplants and exhibition plants. They make stunning additions to any orchid collection or as standalone centerpieces, adding elegance and a touch of tropical beauty to any space.


 How to grow Vanda Orchids


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