The vast majority of plants for sale are hybrids that some breeder dreamed up and made a reality. The resulting progeny from the union of two different species (known as a primary hybrid), or of a species and a hybrid, or of two hybrids (known as a complex hybrid). Typically easier to tend to as growing conditions along with the appearance of the flower are considered in the hybrid process.

Tuesday, 17 November 2015 06:12

Miltonia Honolulu 'Warne's Best' Featured

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(Gayety x Anne Warne)

moderate to bright light
thoroughly once a week
prefers humidity of 50% or more
cool, warm with good air flow
summer, flower size, 6 - 7 cm








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