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Miltoniopsis Rouge Hanover

This is a discussion on Miltoniopsis Rouge Hanover within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Don't know why, but at first glance the name of this milt always seems to ...

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    Don't know why, but at first glance the name of this milt always seems to register in my brain as "Miltoniopsis Rouge Hangover" LOL


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    very pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clintdawley View Post

    If you are uncomfortable growing in spag, wait until the new leads on your milt are about half mature (usually early Fall..could be sooner) and they will push out new roots--a perfect time to repot! (Fine bark with a little perlite also works well.)
    It's curious you say that, my NoID milt is jsut now starting to send roots from what seem to be semi mature new p-bulbs. They are just starting to swell up now. Are they out of sync then, if this normally happens in autumn?

    And yes, I do keep thinking hangover myself - the sent is quite strong with this one, and I think HAVING a hangover and sitting next to it would be quite a bad idea

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