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Trichocentrum Tigrinum

This is a discussion on Trichocentrum Tigrinum within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is a specie that is in a 2 inch tera cotta pot. It is ...

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    Default Trichocentrum Tigrinum

    This is a specie that is in a 2 inch tera cotta pot. It is grown near my phals and paphs. I really like the colors! Thanks for viewing!
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    Nice one Tadd. I always like the contrast between the lip colors and the rest of the flower.

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    Oh my, I like it! What kind if conditions does it take?

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    Default I really do not do anything special

    I keep it moist not wet, and it grows next to my paphs and phals. I think it is a pretty easy chid to grow.

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    Nice flower! The purple lip and yellow petals make an interesting color combo.

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    neat-o mosquito, tadd!

    talk about bang-for-your-buck as far as flower:plant size ratio! definitely a winner.

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    very nice! I had one of these and it rotted away...even on a mount! Seeing your pic makes me want to try to get back on the wagon.

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