Worldwide Orchids :
Intergeneric Orchids are simply crosses between two different genera or types of orchids. For example, if you cross an oncidium with and odontoglossum, you get an odontocidium. While you can't cross all varieties with each other, many within the same family or alliance can be. These crosses can produce very interesting shapes, sizes and colors of orchid flowers. We grow a number of intergenerics from the oncidium alliance. They share similar care needs and do well in most climates in the United States. Here are some of the intergenerics we grow, and a look at their parentage.
Oncidium x Miltonia x Odontoglossum
Brassia x Miltonia x Odontoglossum
Cochlioda x Odontoglossum x Oncidium
Brassia x Cochlioda x Miltonia x Odontoglossum
Miltonia x Oncidium
Brassia x Miltonia
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