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Beallara, treat it like an Oncidium?

This is a discussion on Beallara, treat it like an Oncidium? within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hi, Just bought a new plant, Diana Dunn "Newberry". I'm guessing the miltonia part means ...

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    Default Beallara, treat it like an Oncidium?

    Hi,
    Just bought a new plant, Diana Dunn "Newberry". I'm guessing the miltonia part means bring it in sooner in the fall. I don't know anything about cochlioda.
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    From what I have read, Bllra are treated pretty much like any of the oncidium/odont intergenerics (Bllra = brassia, cochlioda, miltonia and odontoglossum). Low to medium light, good humidity, and keep evenly moist, but not soggy...ALMOST but not quite allow to dry out. My Bllra has gone too dry in the past, and suffered a bit...I am trying to do better by it now.

    Good luck with yours!

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