Orchid Species: Vanda falcata h.v. Ryunotsume


by William Gorski

What does the h.v. stand for and what is the definition of it?

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  1. Carol Holdren
    7 months ago
    Hi William. I believe it stands for “horticultural variety” meaning it is not a formally recognized variety. I’m looking for a source. Carol H
    1. William Gorski
      7 months ago
      Carol Thanks for your reply.

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