Miltoniopsis Zorro is an epiphytic growing orchid hybrid, a crossing between the orchid hybrids Miltoniopsis Yarrow Bay (seed parent) and Miltoniopsis Ambre (pollen parent).

The stunning Miltoniopsis Zorro orchid hybrid has been created by the Beall Orchid Company, in Auburn, King County, Washington, USA and has been registered with the Royal Horticultural Society in the year 1989 by P.Pettit. Like many hybrids, Miltoniopsis Zorro flowers are sterile, means plant does not set seeds. The fragrant flowers, with a scent reminescent of a rose, get a size of about 10 cm across. Flowering period: summer. Miltoniopsis Zorro is often labeled as Miltonia Zorro, which is accepted as a synonym.

Miltoniopsis Zorro
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