Trichoglottis amesiana

Trichoglottis amesiana is endemic to Luzon in the Philippines. This species grows as an epiphyte on the undersides of branches and at elevations around 1,200 metres. The plant will produce multiple short inflorescences along the stem which each bear 5-10 flowers that measure 1cm across. Plants usually bloom during spring.

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Trichoglottis amesiana is endemic to Luzon in the Philippines. This species grows as an epiphyte on the undersides of branches and at elevations around 1,200 metres. The plant will produce multiple short inflorescences along the stem which each bear 5-10 flowers that measure 1cm across. Plants usually bloom during spring.

This is a flowering sized plant and is on a mount. Grow Trichoglottis amesiana on a mount and give plants sufficient air movement with a slight difference between day and night temperatures. Plants need high humidity and bright light. Never allow plants to dehydrate completely. Grow in an intermediate to warm greenhouse and with night time temperatures of 16- 24 degrees and day time temperatures of 26 to 32 degrees. Plants are better suited for a greenhouse and unlikely to grow indoors unless in a large palladium.

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