2” basket. This is a cross between Pda Tan Chay Yan and Vanda tessellata. Plants of this cross are standard sized, and will bloom with fragrant flowers covered with tessellation markings that are very dark brown-purple, nearly black, offset by a contrasting bright purple lip. When mature, Vandas need plenty of room, preferably growing in hanging baskets where their roots can hang down. Photo shows Vanda tessellata, one of the parent species. The flowers of Mimi Palmer will be fuller and brighter/darker in color. Young seedlings.