Miltonia phymatochila ‘Easter Cloud’
     Oncidium phymatochilum...I mean Miltonia phymatochila...er, nope, I mean Phymatochilum brasiliense...or rather...
This was, for many years, called Oncidium phymatochilum (since 1848). I’m still stumbling over the “new” name of Miltonia phymatochila given it in 2001 when its genetics were “reviewed”. It just doesn’t seem like a miltonia to me. I rather like the proposed name (rejected by Kew) of Phymatochilum brasiliense - which puts it in a spot of its own. Whatever you decide to call it, grow it in warm, rather bright conditions and you’ll be rewarded by a profusion of whispy white, yellow and brown flowers. ‘Easter Cloud’ is an appropriate name to describe them. They have a light, sweet fragrance. Beautiful plants; native to Brazil.