Miltoniopsis Keiko Komoda orchid blooming size
Easy to grow, instructions included
Will produce beautiful flowers, often fragrant
Also called the pansy orchid
Great windowsill plant
Blooming size, but NOT in flower now
This one is Miltoniopsis Keiko Komoda, a beautiful orchid. It will put out stunning flowers with a waterfall lip.
These are large plants with several pseudobulbs. The flowers should last 4 to 5 weeks if cared for properly.
The breeding on this mericlone is Mps. Mary Sugiyama x Mps. Hajime Ono.
These orchids are in 3.5-inch pots and they tend to be spring and fall bloomers. They currently stand 12 to 14 inches high or more measured from the bottom of the pot. We have a bunch of these and we'll pick out a nice one for you. We always ship the largest.
They are NOT in flower now. Expect flowers in late spring or early summer.
Miltoniopsis orchids are cool growers. Often called "The Pansy Orchid," many of them have a wonderful fresh fragrance. For home and hobby growers, we recommend them as a house plant. Just give them moderate indirect light, water thoroughly three times a week, fertilize weakly every two weeks. Provide a temperature range of 60 to 75 degrees or so. These do very well under lights. We include free growing instructions.
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