This category includes plants with random spotting on leaves on surface, mostly whitish or cream color, that resemble a tiger pattern. It can be minute or large, in part or the entire leave. Examples are the Setsuzan and Hokage. This is called the white tiger pattern. Another group of tigers is the yellow tigers, that have a solid splash of yellow across the leaves, contasting with the green parts, like the Karanishiki. While the white tigers like medium to low light, the yellow tigers need strong light to create the patterns (and may dissapear in the shade). The tigers are a good challenge to grow as the intensity of the patterns can be attributed to good culture.
Houmeiden is a charming small to medium size variety with thick leaves and a nice solid form. Although it is...Read more
‘Amber’ A slender leaf variety that produces himeba leaves (gradually curved) and tiger striping. Lower light needed for torahu. 1grAdd to cart
This is one of the nicest tiger striped patterns. A large plant with standing leaves. This is a large 6...Read more
A beautiful bright yellow striped variety, almost bean like, with gently curving compact and low growing leaves. Roots are bright...Read more
New Zealand sphagnum moss
We offer all sizes of NEW ZEALAND SPHAGNUM moss This is the best moss for all orchids. 150gm 18 most...Add to cart