Vanda orchid-Silk Flower-ss103
Vanda-Silk Flower/Imitation Flower-ss103
Vanda’s Latin genus name is Vanda, which comes from the Indian Urdu language, meaning that it is attached to a tree. Some people think that this word means “orchid” in India. In any case, it can be inferred from this genus that Vanda was first discovered in India. There are about 60-80 species of Vanda plants, which are widely distributed in China, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Hawaii, New Guinea, Australia
Vanda is a cattleya with a southern atmosphere. There can be several larger flowers on one flower stem, graceful and luxurious, with elegant and attractive flower posture. It is often used as potted plants, hanging decorations and cut flowers for vases or other floral designs. It is an important flower material for indoor decoration.
Living in mountain forests from sea level to 2000m above sea level and rainy all year round, most of them are epiphytic on the branches of tall trees, with sufficient sunlight, high humidity and air circulation environment, and a few grow in seasonal arid areas . They like to have sufficient sunlight, and some species even grow in full exposure to sunlight. Like the conditions of warmth, air circulation and high air humidity, avoid sudden changes in the environment, and sudden cold and hot causes falling leaves.
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The native species of Vanda orchid are mainly produced in tropical Asia to Oceania.
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