a species endemic to the Philippines. The plant can produce multiple
inflorescences that each bear many flowers. The flowers measure 1cm
across. The plant usually blooms during the late autumn.
Trichocentrum tigrinum is a beautiful species 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. The inflorescences emerge from the leaf axils and bear solitary flowers. The flowers are nicely scented and bloom during autumn.