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  • Vanda spp. Plant Care Reminders

    Vanda , Orchid

    General Information

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    Plant Care Instructions By Pat Hammer

    Plant Care by Liliana It is generally recommended that Vandas require an experience orchid grower. It is not recommended for beginners. "The farther from the tropics, the more difficult it is to grow Vandas well."

    Is Indoor Plant?

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    These month by month plant care tasks are for plants in the following zones :
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    Plant Care Instruction

    • Scroll down or click on any month for plant care instructions
      • January
      • February
      • March
      • April
      • May
      • June
      • July
      • August
      • September
      • October
      • November
      • December
      January
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      February
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      March
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      April
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      May
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      June
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      July
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      August
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      September
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      October
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      November
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
      December
      1. Buy

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.
      2. Plant

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.
      3. Fertilize

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.
      4. Water

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.
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      Buy

      When's the best time to buy this plant? When can you buy these from seed (if you can)? When is it usually available? What are things to look for when you're buying it? Or anything other tidbit of information you can share!

      January

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      February

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      March

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      April

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      May

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      June

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      July

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      August

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      September

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      October

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      November

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      December

      Vanda orchids are found in various habitats and you can learn a lot about your flower by looking at its leaves. If the leaves are cylindrical and fleshy, your Vanda comes from a region where it had to survive dry seasons. Vanda orchids from regions where dry periods do not occur are instead equipped with flat ovoid leaves. Try to buy where you can get as much cultivation information as possible. Knowing where your plant comes from and gathering care instructions will help keep your new plants happy and blooming.

      Plant

      When's a good time to plant this plant or bulb? Any special planting instructions?

      January

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      February

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      March

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      April

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      May

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      June

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      July

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      August

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      September

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      October

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      November

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      December

      Generally, it is recommended to use a 8-12\" slatted basket. Tie the stem to the hanger until the roots have attached to the box. Some very course fir bark, coconut husks, or charcoal can be used in the wooden box. It will help to hold some water and is particularly helpful when trying to establish roots.

      Sow Seeds

      When can you plant these seeds? When's the best time? Can you start them indoors and move them out? Do they have any special requirements?

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      Fertilize

      When should you fertilize this plant? Which kind of fertilizer do you recommend? Should you use different fertilizers at different times of year?

      January

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      February

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      March

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      April

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      May

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      June

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      July

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      August

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      September

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      October

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      November

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      December

      Soaking roots in fertilizer water monthly. They should be fertilized moderately ot heavily during warm weather and less during cooler seasons.

      Water

      Is there a time to reduce or increase watering? Any special requirements? Things to avoid during certain times of the year?

      January

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      February

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      March

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      April

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      May

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      June

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      July

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      August

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      September

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      October

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      November

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      December

      Regardless of which type of Vanda orchid you have you should never water it until the potting medium has dried out completely. They require a minimum of 60% humidity. Mist or water daily. If they dry too muc and begin to desiccate, soak roots in bucket of water for about 30 minutes.

      Prune

      When's a good time to prune this plant? How about deadheading, pinching back, trimming or any other grooming? Any special requirements?

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      Mulch

      Does this plant need to be mulched? Are there specific types of Mulch which are better for this plant? How much?

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      Protect

      When and how should you protect this plant from birds, deer, rabbits? Does this plant need be covered, or wrapped or painted or moved?

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      Pest/Disease Inspection

      What are the common problems this plant will face and when should you look for them to appear?

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      Treat for Pest/Disease

      How do you treat the common problems for this plant? What products or concoctions or natural means do you use? Any special requirements?

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      Transplant

      When's the best time to dig up and transplant this from one spot to another? (This is different than planting). Any special requirements?

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      Propagate

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      Harvest

      When's a good time to harvest this plant? What's the best way to harvest? Are there special requirements or features?

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      Special requirements

      Any other requirement for this plant? Is there anything that doesn't fit into the other care categories?

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