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Vandachostylis Baby Angel [Neostylis]
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 Each flower will be white with a light to medium blue tint.  VERY fragrant, some being so in the day and others at night.


This one ticks me off.  Originally registered as a Neostylis [Neofinetia x Rhynchostylis] the RHS now calls this a Vandachostylis [Rhynchostylis x Vanda].  This because they are now calling Neofinetia a Vanda.  HRUMPH!!!  Van. Lou Sneary has inflorescences of delicate blue flowers.  This has been back crossed to the miniature Neofinetia (Vanda) falcata.  Expect miniature plants that will not exceed 5" - 6" tall.  The inflorescences will produce 6-10 flowers.  Each flower will be white with a light to medium blue tint.  VERY fragrant, some being so in teh day and others at night.

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 Many thanks to Tim Choltco of Pittsburgh PA. for his wonderful taxonomic descriptions of plants listed on this website.  Tim attended Penn State University where he majored in plant biology with a focus on taxonomy.  Tim is a life-long plantsman who breeds Daylilies as well as 'at-risk' wild flowers.  He's an active member of Pittsburgh Orchid Society and has grown orchids for over 30 years.

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