Miltonia Lila Fearneyhough #10 4" IN BUD/FLOWER NOW
Miltonia Lila Fearneyhough
(Raspberry Swirl X Pearl Ono)
Here's another of the beautiful "Waterfall" Miltonias. Like almost all Miltonias, Lila Fearneyhough would appreciate bright indirect light, moist roots and cool, breezy temperatures. Avoid hot, dry places in your house, especially where humidity lacks-this is the main cause of deformed, crumpled looking new growths. Water (and fertilize), with an eye toward keeping the roots moist, not soggy. A humidity tray* or dish may help humidify locally.
*A humidity is basically a tray or dish or saucer filled with pebbles of stones and filled to near the surface of said pebbles with water. The pebbles act to give more concentrated humidity near the plant. Be careful not to let the plant sit in the water.