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This is a discussion on miltoniopsis-noid within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; ok seriosly!?? how can you guys buy miltonias and dendrobiums and what not like sweets ...

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    ok seriosly!?? how can you guys buy miltonias and dendrobiums and what not like sweets at supermarkets and box stores!? i can barely buy a phal below, well youve heard that rant before.........

    Very nice Remo, now i need to get some and see if they are "for me" i found certain intergenerics/species in the onc alliance dont work fer me.

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    Default NOID Miltoniopsis still one of my prettiest blooms

    Posting my own noid miltoniopsis just for comparison - frustrating not to have a name, but it's still every bit as beautiful. OrchidTalk member Michael Saar is a fount of information on orchid names - you might try him out, although he's pretty dubious about anything hybridized and unidentified (justifiably so). By the way, is it taking forever for the buds on yours to unfurl? I think mine is setting a record for slowest bloomer!
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    Really lovely Miltoniopsis! Love the patterns AND colors! Now I'm getting tempted to look for more!

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