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Brazilian Miltonias
These colorful, versatile orchids from South Eastern Brazil are easily grown in either pots or mounted in trees or on slabs. Very temperature tolerant. (27F-100F)

Miltonia Anne Warne
Miltonia Anne Warne
Remarkably intense purple color to this flat, free blooming Miltonia flower. A cross between the natural hybrid of Southeastern Brazilian, xBluntii, and the species Miltonia spectabilis v. moreliana. Temperature Tolerant. September-October blooming.
Orchid of the Day: September 10, 2013
starting at
$17.50
Miltonia Belle Glade 'Everglades', JC/AOS
Miltonia Belle Glade 'Everglades', JC/AOS
Composed of four of Brazil's hardiest and most floriferous species, this cultivar thrives in the sub-tropical garden, taking temperatures down to 27 degrees, and producing a profusion of flowers every Autumn. The flower is marked with coalescent tan-brown dots over a base color of muted yellow. The large lip is lavender-pink with light orange "waterfall" markings. . Temperature Tolerant. October-November blooming.
Orchid of the Day: September 7, 2013
starting at
$17.50
Miltonia candida
Miltonia candida
One of our most memorable and floriferous Miltonia species, with each spike capable of blooming 6 to 8 three-inch flowers. Rich, chocolate-brown markings densely cover tawny sepals and petals, and provide contrast to the bright-white lip and dusky purple throat of this flower. These plants are very willing to produce multiple flower spikes, and its temperature-tolerance makes it a great companion to outdoor Cymbidiums, or Cattleyas. . Temperature Tolerant. September-October blooming. Species from Southeastern Brazil.
Orchid of the Day: September 3, 2013
starting at
$25.00
Miltonia clowesii
Miltonia clowesii
A particularly fine clone of this fall-blooming Brazilian species. These perky flowers display an exotic barring pattern of dusky, cocoa-brown over a backround of deep amber-orange. The two tone lip is half saturated wine-purple and half cream-white. Temperature Tolerant. October-November blooming.
Orchid of the Day: October 17, 2013
starting at
$17.50
Miltonia Cogniauxiae
Miltonia Cogniauxiae
One of the first to bloom summer-blooming Brazilian Miltonias, a primary hybrid of M. regnellii times M. spectabilis. Light lavender with dark lavender lip, blooms sequentially on the spike. Slight spicy fragrance. Grows in or outdoors in bright filtered light. Temperature Tolerant. August - September blooming.
Orchid of the Day: July 31, 2011
starting at
$25.00
Miltonia Friday Harbor
Miltonia Friday Harbor
The charming flowers of this Brazilian Miltonia hybrid are rust-orange suffused over bronze-yellow with showy lips of lavender-pink and rouge. Its ease of care outdoors and its willingness to grow into a full specimen make it a fine choice for the garden or patio. The tall, straight sprays of this plant have a sequential bloom habit which extends the flowering period! Temperature Tolerant. Fall and Winter blooming.
Orchid of the Day: November 27, 2012
starting at
$25.00
Miltonia Lake Sammamish
Miltonia Lake Sammamish
Brazilian militonias are amongst the hardiest and most free blooming of orchids. The seedlings from this cross of Miltonia clowesii and Golden Fleece have beautiful leopard spotted flowers with a large lavender tinted lip. Temperature Tolerant. September-October blooming.
Orchid of the Day: August 24, 2008
starting at
$17.50
Miltonia Overlook 'Autumn Splatters'
Miltonia Overlook 'Autumn Splatters'
The true Miltonias have many good qualities: a great floral display, temperature tolerance, long lasting flowers, and a fall blooming season. This cultivar from the cross of bluntii x Anne Warne offer another. Spots! The base color is cream and the spots a light burgundy-purple. Temperature Tolerant. October-November blooming.
Orchid of the Day: August 20, 2012
starting at
$25.00
Miltonia regnellii
Miltonia regnellii
This beautiful, summer-blooming species was first discovered in 1846 in the area of Minas Gerais, located in eastern Brazil. These alluring white flowers each frame an elegant purple lip, and bloom in sprays on delicate stems. We grow these best in bright conditions. Temperature Tolerant. Species from Brazil.
Orchid of the Day: July 27, 2003
starting at
$25.00
Miltonia spectabilis var. moreliana 'Royalty', AM/AOS
Miltonia spectabilis var. moreliana 'Royalty', AM/AOS
An exceptional plant of this striking color form. The flower color is a deep burgundy-purple, and the lip is a vibrant rose-pink with dark burgundy venation. The plant grows fairly well outdoors with the Cymbidiums, but it thrives indoors with the Phalaenopsis. Temperature Tolerant. June - July blooming. Species from Brazil.
Orchid of the Day: June 17, 2014
starting at
$35.00
Miltonia Totem Lake
Miltonia Totem Lake
From the crossing of Miltonia Cogniauxiae and Golden Fleece. The progeny from this cross have come in shades of pink and orange. All have been free-bloomers and hardy down to slightly below frost. light. Temperature Tolerant. August - September blooming.
Orchid of the Day: August 16, 2010
starting at
$17.50
Miltonia Totem Lake 'Gold Fever'
Miltonia Totem Lake 'Gold Fever'
A particularly bright, golden-yellow variety from this cross of Miltonias cogniauxiae and Golden Fleece. The lip is very large and an attractive soft lavender-pink. Temperature Tolerant. September blooming.
Orchid of the Day: August 15, 2013
starting at
$35.00
Miltonia Totem Lake 'Golden Pheasant'
Miltonia Totem Lake 'Golden Pheasant'
Beautiful clusters of yellow and pink bloom from this crossing of Miltonias Cogniauxiae and Golden Fleece. Temperature Tolerant. August - September blooming.
Orchid of the Day: July 15, 2013
starting at
$25.00
Miltonia Totem Lake 'Orange and Rose'
Miltonia Totem Lake 'Orange and Rose'
The flowers are yellow with a tint of orange, and the broad lip is a soft, rosy purple with burnt-orange accent. A profusely blooming variety from the crossing of Miltonias cogniauxiae and Golden Fleece. Temperature Tolerant. September blooming.
Orchid of the Day: August 11, 2013
starting at
$17.50
Miltonidium (Debbie August X Onc leucochilum)
Miltonidium (Debbie August X Onc leucochilum)
Pictured here are some of the seedlings we have bloomed out this far from the cross. Most have been spotted and many have had the towering spikes of leucochilum. Temperature Tolerant.
Orchid of the Day: January 17, 2007
starting at
$25.00
Odontonia (Oncostele X Miltonia) Jungle Ruby
Odontonia (Oncostele X Miltonia) Jungle Ruby
This plant has a stunning dark color and prolific growing and flowering habit. The petals are a deep burgundy red, and the lip is bright fuchsia-pink. A fine variety from the cross of Oncostele Sheraton and Miltonia moreliana. Grows best under intermediate conditions, but can grow out with the Cymbidiums. Registration pending. Intermediate to Temperatu. August - September blooming.
Orchid of the Day: July 30, 2014
starting at
$25.00
Specimen Miltonias Of Brazil
Brazilian Miltonias produce amazing growths and are eager to bloom when grown outdoors, unlike the Colombian Miltonopsis that are difficult for garden use. The Miltonias command a variety of color types, and are well suited for growing on trees, rocks, rocky slopes, and in hanging slatted wooden baskets. Their blooming season begins in late Summer and continues through Autumn.

Specimens range from $50 to $175 depending on size and variety.
starting at
$50.00

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