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Miltoniopsis NOID

This is a discussion on Miltoniopsis NOID within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I was given this as a gift a few years back. It is wonderfully fragrant! ...

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    I was given this as a gift a few years back. It is wonderfully fragrant! It has 3 flowers open on one spike, four more flowers developing on a second spike. Any ideas on the identity of the plant?

    Christopher
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    No idea what it is, but it is pretty. Don't you just love these? We seem to be in a very good part of the country to grow these too.

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    Wow - two milt posts in one day! Boy, how I love these guys! Your's is a beauty, Christopher! And their smell is so fragrant (of nice things - not like those corpse-scented room fresherners Kev and Sue have been carrying on about.)

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Plant is almost identical to 1 of my Milts.
    Milt Herralexandre.
    Beautiful blooms & scent.

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    I found a picture of Herralexandre on the web and I agree - essentially identical! This plant was originally purchased through a local vendor so I have sent an email to see if they can provide any details on the identity. I'll let you know if they are able to give this plant a name!

    christopher

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    Beautiful milt! Love the colors !

    And it's fragrant?

    Wow!

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