Monday, July 9, 2007


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These have monopodial growth, that is, they grow from the tip or crown of the plant. The inflorescences appear from the axis of the leaves. Flowers are long lasting and appear in a cluster along the spike. There are 70 species of the monopodial genus Vanda and they are spread from India in the west to the NE tip of Australia to the south and then north to China.

Shot taken on the May 23, 2007.

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