|Vanda coerulea - non wild form - horticultural sibling with improved flower substance|
Griff. ex Lindl.
Vanda caerulescens Lindl. is a similar separate species of dwarf form in plant and flowers.
Vanda coerulea, commonly known as blue orchid, blue vanda or autumn lady's tresses, is a species of orchid found in Assam and neighbouring Khasi hills with its range extending to China (southern Yunnan). It is known as Kwaklei in Manipuri and Vandaar in Sanskrit. It has bluish purple flowers (Thelymitra crinita is the only orchid that has true blue flowers) which are very long lasting compared to other orchids. The plant bears up to 20 to 30 spikes
- "Vanda coerulea". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 28 July 2015.
- Mohammad Musharof Hossain "Therapeutic orchids: traditional uses and recent advances — An overview", ⁎ Department of Botany, University of Chittagong, Chittagong 4331, Bangladesh
- Bonté F, Simmler C, Lobstein A, Pellicier F, Cauchard JH "Action of an extract of Vanda coerulea on the senescence of skin fibroblasts". Ann Pharm Fr. 2011 May;69(3):177-81
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