Vanda hindsii (Native Strap Orchid) is a large epiphytic or lithophytic orchid that forms large coarse clumps with thick white cord-like…
Vanda is a genus in the Orchid family, Orchidaceae. There are about 80 species. The genus is highly prized in horticulture for its showy, fragrant, long-lasting and intensely colorful flowers. Vanda species are widespread across East Asia, Southeast Asia and New Guinea, with a few species extending into Queensland and some of the islands of the western Pacific. The name "Vanda" is derived from the Sanskrit.
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