Vanda lamellata is an species in the genus Vanda.
Plant blooms from fall to winter with up to twenty five 4 cm wide flowers. Flowers are fragrant
Plants are found growing on tree trunks and branches of coastal cliffs and forest of in Taiwan, and from Borneo to the Philippines of 0 to 300 meters
Plants are best grown hanged in baskets and on mounted and require bright to full sunlight and warm temperatures. If hunged the roots must be watered frequently. Plants should be grown in media that is well drained such as tree fern fibers (for small plants), several pieces of coarse fir bark, or sphagnum moss.
Common Names: The Thin-Ridged Lip Vanda
- Vanda amiensis Masam. & Segawa 1934
- Vanda clitellaria Rchb.f 1872
- Vanda cumingii Lindley ex Paxton 1850
- Vanda lamellata f flava Valm & Tiu 1984
- Vanda lamellata var boxali [Rchb.f] Rchb.f 1880
- Vanda lamellata var calyana [Hort.] Val & Tiu 1984
- Vanda lamellata var remediosae Ames & Quis. 1933
- Vanda unicolor Steud. 1840; Vanda vidalii Boxall 1877
- Vanda yamiensis Masam. & Segawa 1934