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Rescued Miltonia!

This is a discussion on Rescued Miltonia! within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; I have been given a Miltonia, ( Noid ), and it has old flower spikes ...

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    Red face Rescued Miltonia!

    I have been given a Miltonia, (Noid), and it has old flower spikes on it. They are brown and dry. should I cut these off? I have searched everywhere for an answer!

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    Yes clean up your new plant by cutting off the dead spikes. Remember miltonias like it cooler and like more water than other orchids. Good luck with your new baby.

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    Thank you Bill. I appreciate the advice.

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