This is a hybrid Vanda orchid (Kasem's Delight x Blitz's Heartthrob). I bought it together with Cattleya 'Jewel Box' in January, right after our unusual Florida freeze. It had a flower spike already developed when I brought it home expecting it would bloom very soon. Sadly, after I hung it under the small oak tree in the front yard, that flower spike quickly dried and turned to brown. This similar thing had happened several times before with my other orchids. If the flower spike was still developing, or buds was just forming when purchasing, they usually withered after bringing from nursery. My speculation was new environment might be quite different from the nursery environment that those orchids have been growing.
Anyway, despite of the dried-up flower spike, the Vanda has gradually adjusted to its new home, and I was happy to see it developed the new leaves and roots. Until about a month ago, I spotted a flower spike growing out of the leaves! Ten months' waiting is quite long, but it totally worth it!
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