Tillandsia trigalensis

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This species is endemic to Guatemala and found grows in in cool moist cloud forests at 2000 m elevation. It grows with Tillandsia eizii, T. ponderosa and T. lautneri. The inflorescence is arched and sub-capitate.

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Kei 9th Jan 2024

Tillandsia Trigalensis

Received mine just about as pictured, a pretty affair about 8 or 9 inches tall. The leaves' textures and shape are more closer akin to T. Barthlotti and Limonensis than any other Tillandsias I own. Appears denser than the latter two, as this one retains water in center a little too well. Did a quick one second dunk, still getting water droplets running down the center hours later, even when I kept my Trigalensis upside down to dry. I would caution light spraying rather than dunking for this one. Also heard this one grows in a cool climate so I'll assume to avoid harsh sunlight at all costs.

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