Monday, April 13, 2009

T. rectangula.

Recently purchased this ball of T. rectangula. A perfect sphere with many spiky contorted leaves makes it somewhat looks like our local 'durian'.

A small miniature grows as epiphytes in dry forest that are closely related to T. funebris. Both species are native in Bolivia to northern Argentina.

Personally I find both looks very similar. They produce minute rusty orangy brown flower heavily scented in the morning.

1 comment:

  1. visit

    Ada air plants gak tapi tak boleh lawan sifu la..