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This is a discussion on New Oncidium Miltassia Izumi Fitch within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is a rerun as I am still trying to learn how to properly put ...
This is a rerun as I am still trying to learn how to properly put my pictures in the forum. Anyway what I wanted to say yesterday was these Orchids (Miltassia Fitch Izumi) are my favorite of all my Orchids. They made it through Texas cold & heat and my over watering and came out with two really long spikes with 10 Orchids on each spike. I loved it because of its beauty and monster size and that it started blooming in July.
Last edited by 1buzz; August 14th, 2008 at 08:16 AM. Reason: Messed up yesterday
Looks great Buzz. I also like planting them in Hydroton
Looks great! Wish I could then too look that good.
Very nice Buzz! It is a beauty!
Bravo Buzz it's a beauty and fragrant too I bet. Good growing.
Interesting...I find most of mine growing in spag. Is that good? Now that I see yours being kept dryer with the hydroton I'm wondering if mine in spag. would be happier in something else. It's so humid here right now....it's hard to be sure of what each one needs.