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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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 Vanda sp.
Family: Orchidaceae
Vanda Orchid
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftVine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersBlue/lavender/purple flowersUnusual colorRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Vandas have about 50 species, from which the many hybrids are derived from the tropics Asia and the orient as far down as Australia, they require warm growing conditions with plenty of bright light. Normally they grow best suspended in wooden baskets. They need lots of light, but will still burn when the sun reaches them through glass, so some shading is necessary, the correct level of shading has been reached when on a sunny day, your hand will cast a shadow on the plant but without a definate edge. Grow them high up, but dont forget to give them good air circulation.

Vandas like it hot, minimum night temps may fall to 55 deg. as long as the plant is thoroughly dry by nightfall and daytime temperatures in the 80s is quite ok.

See Orchid page for pictures of different orchids and care info.

Intergeneric hybrids:

Ascocenda (Ascocentrum x Vanda)

Aranda (Arachnis x Vanda)

Mokara (Arachnis x Ascocentrum x Vanda)

Kagawara (Ascocentrum x Renanthera x Vanda)

The Vanda Alliance is made up mostly of warm- and full-sun-growing orchids with colorful flowers. Originating in tropical Asia, they are easily grown in warm climates.


 Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Princess Mikasa
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Kagawara (?)
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Gordon Dillon
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Mokara
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Mokara Bangkok Gold x Vanda Fuchs Gold
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Bangyikhan Blue x Ascocenda Blue Boy
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Rothschildiana
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Mokara
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Patricia Low
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Gordon Dillon
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Bangyikhan Blue x Ascocenda Blue Boy
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Ascocenda 'Kulwadee Fragrance'
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Fuch Delight Red Spot
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Aranda
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda x Ascocentrum curvifolium
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Black Magic x Vanda Doctor Anek FCC
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda liouvillei
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Mokara
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vandaceous sp.
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Mokara
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Alliance
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Alliance
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Vanda Trevor Fothbone
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Mokara
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vandachostylis Colmarie

Rhynchostylis x Vanda
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Memoria Barbara Swan
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda 'Blue Magic'
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda coerulea
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda coerulea
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Alliance
Vanda sp., Vanda Orchid

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Vanda Alliance


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Verbena sp., Verbena

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Family: Verbenaceae
Verbena
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersBlue/lavender/purple flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Garden Verbenas are a large group of hybrids, with mainly Verbena peruviana and Verbena platensis in their parentage. They grow well in desert dry summer heat, they tend to get mildew in more humid weathers. They are good bedding and edge plant, in hot desert locations, they also make a good ground cover.


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Verbena sp., Verbena

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Verbena bonariensis
Verbena sp., Verbena

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Verbena 'Wicked Rad Red'
Verbena sp., Verbena

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Verbena hybrida
Verbena sp., Verbena

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Verbena hybrida
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Verbena hybrida
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Verbena hybrida
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Verbena bonariensis
Verbena sp., Verbena

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Verbena 'Wicked Rad Red'
Verbena sp., Verbena

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Verbena bonariensis
Verbena sp., Verbena

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Verbena bonariensis
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Verbena hybrida
Verbena sp., Verbena

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Vernonia sp., Ironweed

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Family: Asteraceae / Compositae
Ironweed
Origin: Africa
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterBlue/lavender/purple flowersEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Spice or herbAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsEdibleSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Vernonia is a genus of about 1000 species of forbs and shrubs. Some species are edible and of economic value. They are known for having intense purple flowers. The genus is named for the English botanist William Vernon. Common names include bitterleaf, ewuro, ndole and onugbu. They are common in most West African and Central African countries. They are one of the most widely consumed leaf vegetables of Cameroon, where they are a key ingredient of Ndolé. The leaves have a sweet and bitter taste. They are sold fresh or dried, and are a typical ingredient in egusi soup.

Vernonia is well known as a medicinal plant with several uses attributed to it, including for diabetes, fever reduction, and recently a non-pharmaceutical solution to persistent fever, headache, and joint pain associated with AIDS. These leaves are exported from several African countries and can be purchased in grocery stores aiming to serve African clients. Vernonia galamensis is used as an oilseed in East Africa.

In Brazil, V. condensata (commonly known as "figatil" or "necroton") is traditionally used as an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antithermal, antianemic, antibacterial, liver tonic, hepatoprotective, and antiulcerogenic agent.

Vernonia species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Coleophora vernoniaeella (which feeds exclusively on the genus) and Schinia regia (which feeds exclusively on V. texana).

Vernonia calvoana is a common garden plant in many West African and Central African countries. It is a key ingredient in ndolé, a national dish of Cameroon.


 Vernonia sp., Ironweed

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Vernonia sp., Ironweed

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Vernonia salicifolia (?)
Vernonia sp., Ironweed

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Vernonia salicifolia (?)
Vernonia sp., Ironweed

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Ironweed. Vernonia is known for having intense purple flowers. The genus is named for the English botanist William Vernon. Common names include bitterleaf, ewuro, ndole and onugbu. They are common in most West African and Central African countries. They are one of the most widely consumed leaf vegetables of Cameroon, where they are a key ingredient of Ndolé. The leaves have a sweet and bitter taste. They are sold fresh or dried, and are a typical ingredient in egusi soup.
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Veronica sp., Speedwell

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Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'
 Veronica sp.
Family: Plantaginaceae
Speedwell
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersBlue/lavender/purple flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

It forms a low bushy mound of dark green leaves, bearing short spikes of bright blue flowers in early summer for several weeks.


 Veronica sp., Speedwell

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Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'

Veronica sp., Speedwell

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Veronica villos
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Veronica armstrongii


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Vigna speciosa, Snail Vine

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Faboideae
Snail Vine
Origin: South America
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersBlue/lavender/purple flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

An outstanding and exotic looking, fast growing vine that produces masses of fragrant flowers carried in bold clusters around strong 6" - 8" stems. The large, spiraling flowers are extremely attractive and create an on-going display all summer long. The flowers show up especially well set against the handsome mid-green foliage. This rare and unusual vine is ideal grown over a fence, trellis or arbor and can be used over lattice work to create shade for a deck or patio. It can even be grown in containers over a support. The most out-standing and floriferous member of this family. The flowers are quite fragrant and are mostly pollinated by ants - if you have no ants, you'll have no pods and therefore no seeds.

Also called "Phaseolus giganteus" (a horticultural name)


 Vigna speciosa, Snail Vine

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Vigna speciosa - Snail Vine

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Snail Vine. An outstanding and exotic looking, fast growing vine that produces masses of fragrant flowers carried in bold clusters around strong 6" - 8" stems. The large, spiraling flowers are extremely attractive and create an on-going display all summer long. The flowers show up especially well set against the handsome mid-green foliage. This rare and unusual vine is ideal grown over a fence, trellis or arbor and can be used over lattice work to create shade for a deck or patio. It can even be grown in containers over a support. The most out-standing and floriferous member of this family. The flowers are quite fragrant and are mostly pollinated by ants - if you have no ants, you'll have no pods and therefore no seeds. Also called "Phaseolus giganteus" (a horticultural name)
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