I have three Vanda sanderiana plants, but this one is my favorite...its large and has good pink color. The species comes from Mindano Island in the Philippines where it grows usually in full sun as an epiphyte, from sea level to about 1500 feet in elevation. The fragrant flowers on mine are a little reflexed from getting a little dry, but they have a natural spread of over four inches. I think the flowers are facinating and much neater than its hybrids...the lateral sepals resemble veined insect wings or leaves, while the petals and dorsal sepal are the color of a strawberry milkshake. The plant is currently about two feet tall. The lip is different from other Vandas in that is does not have a sharp projection out the back of the lip. This feature has caused taxonomists to put it into its own genera of Euanthe, but the name has not been well-accepted in horticulture. Nearly all Vanda hybrids, especially the large-flowered ones, have this species in its background, but are still called Vandas.