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Blue Vanda of India arranged in Tang Style Porcelain cachepot The first blue Vanda coerulea was discovered in 1837 on Gordonia trees (Theaceae) in the oak and pine forests of the Khasia Hills of eastern India and described in 1847 by William Griffith. The botanical collector Thomas Lobb brought the species to England, where in 1850 it unfolded its blue flowers for the first time to the delight of orchid enthusiasts of the day. Presently, it is still hard to come by. However, Beautiful Orchids is here to deliver this stunning creation to your doorstep. Pair with our classic Tang style gunpowder gray porcelain cachepot, it's perfect specially for that perfect gentleman in your life!


Due to varying supplies and demand, we occasionally run out of a particular plant or flower. If this should be the case with a flower you ordered, we will ship you a flower with as close to the same features as possible.


In all cases, when a substitution is necessary, it will be of equal or greater value to the plant you ordered.


If the plant you ordered is simply unavailable, you will receive a courtesy call or email from our representative to discuss a possible substitution. Your credit card will not be charged until orchid is confirmed and shipped.



Blue Vanda of India arranged in Tang Style Porcelain cachepott BUY 265.00

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