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This is a discussion on Miltoniopsis Hajime Ono 'Iliawai' AM/AOS within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Love the delicate scent of this one and the larger flowers....
Love the delicate scent of this one and the larger flowers.
Gorgeous! Amazing color, fantastic display.
What a beauty ! I just love these 'waterfall' Miltoniopsis. Pity we can't grow them in our hot lowlands
Really pretty! I have a Miltoniopsis which is very slow, it has lots of new little growths but stubbornly refuses to do much with them.. It is healthy otherwise, with light green leaves. I have it by a shaded south facing window, so it receives good light but not direct light. I water and feed it properly, so I was wondering if temperature affects the flowering of these orchids? If you have any tips on their culture I would be grateful.
My Milt flowered well at home but when I took it to the office to finish flowering it was too dry and all the buds just dried up with out opening.
So cool and many flowers too.
Very pretty Clint!
I've been wanting one, but they just seem to get far too big and unruly.
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A fine display and wonderful photographs. AL
Btw, I have found two very small inflorescences on my Miltoniopsis today.