Our strap-leaf vandals and our ascocendas flourish in bright light but will not tolerate full sun.
Common Name - A.Kulwadee fragrance
Pool enclosures and screened-in patios usually provide an excellent reason for growing them. They also thrive hung from trees in places where they are shaded from the noonday sun, but will get direct light until 10:00 a.m. or after 3:00 p.m. Plants receiving proper light for growing and blooming should be bright apple green (like a Granny Smith apple). Plants that are yellow are in too bright a spot and plants that are too dark green may not flower. Most vandas bloom twice a year, and the ascocendas can bloom up to six times a year!