Vanda coerulea is an species in the genus Vanda.
Plant blooms in fall to winter with many 10 cm fragrant long lasting flowers.
Plants grow in the forest of India, Burma, China, and Thailand at elevations of 800 to 1700 meters.
Plants are best grown hanged in baskets and on mounted and require bright to full sunlight and cool to warm temperatures. If hung, the roots must be watered frequently. Plants should be grown in media that is well drained such as tree fern fibers (for small plants), several pieces of coarse fir bark, or sphagnum moss.
|Vanda coerulea variant||Sepals and petals are white, lip is white|
|Vanda coerulea variant||Sepals and petals white with purple tessellation, lip is purple|
Common Names: The Blue Vanda
- Vanda caerulescens Lindl. 1857