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Miltonidium Ruffle's 'Scent of a Woman

This is a discussion on Miltonidium Ruffle's 'Scent of a Woman within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Starting To Bloom will have 100+ blooms...

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    Default Miltonidium Ruffle's 'Scent of a Woman

    Starting To Bloom will have 100+ blooms
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    Beautiful! Nice cultivar name

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    Cool, Bob. Do you have a photo of the whole plant and spike? I bet it is amazing - or will be when it opens.

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    BD

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    This is kinda like last year I borrowed this picture from the grower I bought it from can't find mine from last year
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    Wow, looks very cute. I love this kind of oncidium they're free flowering at any way Congrats

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    Very nice! I have a new oncid. that I am watching slowly grow more branches. It's a no tagger...so I keep watching everyones posts on their new oncidiums in the hopes I'll see something that resembles mine. lol So far though I haven't seen any oncids with round p-bulbs. Can't wait till it blooms.....yours is lovely! I like the red oncids too!
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    Wish i had one - lol

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    A very nice display, Bob! Be sure to post when she's fully unfurled!

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    Hi Guys
    I've had a Mtdm Scent of a Woman for a number of years. Its done well and grown to be about 8" across. Suddenly, despite the roots looking ok, the center is dying out. Its putting out some new growth but much of the center is dead, dry, etc. Should I cut it in half and clean out the dead parts. I've already done some surgery. I do not see any sort of insect, scale or other. I detect no smell to indicate rot. Its growing in expanded clay and maybe it would do better back in bark? Attached are pictures from different angles. It is clearly able to be divided but.... Any ideas what to do with this one. I don't want to lose it.

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