ASCOCENDA

They are evergreen compact epiphytes with upright, narrow, oviform leaves. The inflorescence is an axillary cluster with 6 to 8 open flowers. They bloom twice or sometimes three times a year with long lasting flowers. The flowers are brightly colored, often overlaid with contrasting colors

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Ascocenda, abbreviated as Ascda in the horticultural trade was a man-made hybrid orchid genus resulting from a cross between the former genus Ascocentrum and Vanda. Ascocentrum is now synonymous with Vanda, so the name is obsolete. Hybrids in the nothogenus × Ascocenda are now properly termed Vanda.

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