a warm to cool growing species from Ecuador, Columbia and Peru. In
the wild this
species is found growing in wet montane forest at elevations from 600
The inflorescence measures 10cm and bears successively opening
flowers of which one or more rarely two will be open at any one time.
The plant blooms from late winter and into the spring.
plant is flowering size. Grow Trichopilia
a pot, in shade (brighter during the winter months), never in direct
sunlight and keep it evenly moist all year. This plant grows well in
an intermediate greenhouse and can be grown indoors if consistent
temperatures are provided. This species likes cooler night time