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Miltonia Anne Warne

This is a discussion on Miltonia Anne Warne within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Plant currently has six leads, all in flower - 2 - 3 flowers per spike. ...

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    Default Miltonia Anne Warne

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    Plant currently has six leads, all in flower - 2 - 3 flowers per spike. Not all out yet of course, some buds showing colour, a few not quite that advanced.
    Growing in a shallow seed tray, measuring about 15 x 8 inches, only a couple of inches deep - these plants have very short roots and do not need any depth.
    Not quite making the impression I want, because the spikes are spaced out too far apart over the whole tray; I think of cutting it up into six pieces and rearranging in a tray half this size, or maybe wait for a few more growths - but they will probably simply extend over the edges of the tray and occupy still more space. But I have another plant in an 8 inch pot with a similar number of growths,but poorer flowers; perhaps I will cut that one up and plant as mentioned . The tray is definitely doing better than the pot, where the unused volume of compost perhaps keeps it all too wet.

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    Not trying to jump on your post here Geoff but a friend near me had this one bare root in a 4" - 10 c pot. Something to consider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris in Hamilton View Post
    Not trying to jump on your post here Geoff but a friend near me had this one bare root in a 4" - 10 c pot. Something to consider.

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    Differnt grex- that is M.moreliana, ( and a very good form, too, if not a hybrid, but I think the species ) but yes , that is quite incredible however it is grown . But bare root ? In a 4 inch pot ? And near you - I din't know Hamilton was in a rain forest ?

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    It's nice Geoff!

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    Nice hybrid Geoff.

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    Looking good Geoff!

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