Trichocentrum tigrinum

Trichocentrum tigrinum is from Ecuador and Peru. This species inhabits dry and bright scrub at elevations of around 850 metres. The pseudobulbs are very small and bear a single leaf. Inflorescences emerge from the leaf axils and bear solitary flowers. Flowers are nicely scented and bloom during autumn.

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Trichocentrum tigrinum is from Ecuador and Peru. This species inhabits dry and bright scrub at elevations of around 850 metres. The pseudobulbs are very small and bear a single leaf. Inflorescences emerge from the leaf axils and bear solitary flowers. Flowers are nicely scented and bloom during autumn.

Grow Trichocentrum tigrinum in a warm greenhouse. Grow plants on a mount as they are likely to rot in a pot. Give plants sufficient air movement and a difference between day and night temperatures; grow in high humidity and with bright light all year. I have a hydrofogger in my greenhouse and find that I only ever need to be water on the warmest days. Never allow the plant to dehydrate completely. I grew a mounted plant indoors and only briefly watered it each morning.

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