ORCHIDS ASIA provides a range of orchids like Dendrobiums, Arandas, Arantheras, Mokaras, Vandas, Cattleyas, Phalenopsis, Oncidiums, Cymbidiums and other intergenerics. Plants in small, medium, and blooming sizes are available
Plants are best grown suspended in baskets or mounted, and require full sunlight and warm temperatures. If suspended, the roots must be watered frequently. Plants should be grown in a medium that is well drained such as tree fern fiber/ coconut fiber or coarse fir bark; some charcoal and sphagnum moss may be added. When potted, they must have excellent drainage. Most of the orchids in this family are grown in wood chips in long wooden supports so that the long growing stems can be balanced.
Renenthopsis crosses are made using Renenthera and Phalenopsis. Well known cross in this is Ren. Kalsom. Renantanda, abbreviated Rntda. in the horticultural trade, is the genus for intergeneric hybrid between the orchid genera Renanthera and Vanda (Ren. x V.). Rntda Lily Aow originated as a hybrid of V. Pukele and Ren. Storiei.Some of the major crosses in this group include Ren Akihito emperor, Rnps Lena rowald x Ascda Yipsumwah, Ren. Monachica x Fuchs Gold, Renenthera Singapore, Renenthera Hookeriana, Renenthera Tan Keong Choon, Renenthera Matutina.
Renantanda hybrids (Renanthera x Vanda) are generally red/orange in colour due to the dominant red of Renanthera lineage. Yellow coloured Renantanda are a rare occurrence. Renantanda usually produce large blooms and numeral sprays of flowers; side sprays are common too . Renantanda flowers generally last for more than a month from bud to bloom.