Miltoniopsis and Intergeneric Hybrids

Alphabetical Listing

                             by www.OrchidsForYou.NET

Miltoniopsis, abbreviated Mps. in horticultural trade, is a genus of orchids. It consists of 6 species, native to Costa RicaPanamaVenezuelaEcuador, and Colombia. They are named after Lord Fitzwilliam Milton, an English orchid enthusiast.

They differ from Miltonia by having one leaf to each pseudobulb, and a lobed column that is united to the labellum through a keel. In addition, the column is not concave at the base.[by Wikipedia]


Unless otherwise indicated, all of the following are 
MATURE, blooming size plants that have BLOOMED AT LEAST ONCE PREVIOUSLY and should bloom within a year in their upcoming blooming season.

Odtna. Lauris Phillips 'Prolific'

posted Nov 18, 2009, 2:07 PM by T NP   [ updated Feb 19, 2013, 1:44 PM ]

Odtna. Lauris Phillips 'Prolific'

Indeed a very prolific bloomer with branching spikes carrying numerous Miltoniopsis-looking flowers in almost solid hot pink.  Very nice and a bit easier to grow around here than straight Miltoniopsis.

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