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Miltoniopsis Lillian Nakamoto (First Bloom-Bud)

Product Code: MILT-12-FB
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$21.50

Miltoniopsis Lillian Nakamoto 'Tanto' (Mps. Lorene x Mps. Lynne Waihee) is a truly remarkable orchid with an incredibly distinguished black, bat marking at the center of the flower. Tanto is a relatively new variety of this hybrid registered by Hajime Ono.

As one of the most temperature tolerant Miltoniopsis varieties to date (especially during the summer months) and one that is eager to continue growing during the winter before its primary blooming season from February through to April, the Lillian Nakamoto is truly unrivaled when it comes to choosing a Miltoniopsis for beginner orchid growers.

The orchid flowers produce a light, rose-like fragrance and will sometimes display a bit of a pink blush above the black pattern especially if it was developing during the cooler months.

  • Plant Stage:  Mature with Single Spike - Buds about 1-2 weeks away from opening
  • Bloom Life Expectancy:  Between 2-4 weeks
  • Average Plant Height:  14-16"
  • Mature plant with "Pansy-like" flowers
  • Blooms are Fragrant
  • Pot Size:  4"

This genus of orchid prefers to keep its foliage relatively dry and does best growing in covered greenhouse. Miltoniopsis orchids also thrive when growing in areas where humidity can be kept relatively high and its roots can be kept cool during the summer. 

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Miltoniopsis Lillian Nakamoto (First Bloom-Bud)

Miltoniopsis Lillian Nakamoto (First Bloom-Bud)

$21.50
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Miltoniopsis Lillian Nakamoto 'Tanto' (Mps. Lorene x Mps. Lynne Waihee) is a truly remarkable orchid with an incredibly distinguished black, bat marking at the center of the flower. Tanto is a relatively new variety of this hybrid registered by Hajime Ono.

As one of the most temperature tolerant Miltoniopsis varieties to date (especially during the summer months) and one that is eager to continue growing during the winter before its primary blooming season from February through to April, the Lillian Nakamoto is truly unrivaled when it comes to choosing a Miltoniopsis for beginner orchid growers.

The orchid flowers produce a light, rose-like fragrance and will sometimes display a bit of a pink blush above the black pattern especially if it was developing during the cooler months.

  • Plant Stage:  Mature with Single Spike - Buds about 1-2 weeks away from opening
  • Bloom Life Expectancy:  Between 2-4 weeks
  • Average Plant Height:  14-16"
  • Mature plant with "Pansy-like" flowers
  • Blooms are Fragrant
  • Pot Size:  4"

This genus of orchid prefers to keep its foliage relatively dry and does best growing in covered greenhouse. Miltoniopsis orchids also thrive when growing in areas where humidity can be kept relatively high and its roots can be kept cool during the summer. 

 
Miltoniopsis Lillian Nakamoto (First Bloom-Bud)
Miltoniopsis Lillian Nakamoto (First Bloom-Bud)
Miltoniopsis Lillian Nakamoto (First Bloom-Bud)

Customer Reviews

2 Review
  • Lovely First Bloom 5

    Posted by Jean khatib on May 23rd 2024

    I received two of these milts and am very happy with both plants. Each has a single stem with 6 large buds. Can’t wait till the buds open!

  • Miltoniopsis Lilian nakamoto 5

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 13th 2023

    Very healthy plant with 2 spikes and buds,Very happy with my purchase.

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