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Trichopilia brasiliense

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by tenman, Jul 20, 2013.

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  1. tenman

    tenman Well-Known Member

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    Three inflorescences this year; one not yet open. 1.25" flowers on an 8" tall plant. Mounted on cork, misted til wet daily, up high for light, grown intermediate. brasilienseclose0713.jpg brasiliensefullside0713.jpg brasiliensefullfront0713.jpg
     
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    Marni Well-Known Member Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Has this always been a trichopilia? Does it have a synonym it used to go by? It is very sweet.
     
  3. tenman

    tenman Well-Known Member

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    It used to be a leucohyle.
     
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    Thanks, Tennis.
     
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    Very nice plant and very nice photos !
    Where from does she come ?
    Regards
     
  6. tenman

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    Originally? Brasil. This one form a vendor in Peru
     
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    Thank you Tenman !
     
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    Another of yours for my wishlist! Culture? Looks like it likes to be very wet?
     
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    Not exactly. It dries out mostly or completely between mistings. Intermediate, cattleya light.
     
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    Sounds pretty easy. Thanks for the info!