Neostylis Baby Angel
Neostylis (Vandachostylis) Baby Angel is a backcross of Lou Sneary, perhaps the most popular Neofinetia hybrid of all time (Neofinetia falcata x Rhynchostylis coelestis) with Neof. falcata var. Koukakuden, a pink bloomer. What’s fun about these little angels is that you don’t know if they will be boys (blue flowers) or girls (pink flowers). Either way, you’ll be a proud parent.
Plants are vandaceous and may bloom multiple times a year. Flowers are white with blue/purple OR pink accents, and they are fragrant.
You can grow Baby Angel like a typical vanda, i.e., in a basket, or you can opt for a pot with coarse medium. Like other vandas, they like to get wet and dry out quickly. In a basket, they should be watered every day, but in a pot, you can decrease watering to once or twice a week–err to the side of being dry except when plants are in bloom. Vandas are heavy feeders during the growing season, so fertilize regularly when it’s warm. I find they grow best in moderate to high light, intermediate to warm temperatures. SUPER EASY.