Sarcochilus hillii is an species in the genus Sarcochilus.
Plant blooms in the spring with two to ten 1.1 cm wide flowers. Flowers are fragrant.
Plants are found growing on tree trunks and twigs in the gullies of Australia and New Caledonia at elevations up to 800 meters
Plants grow in cool to warm conditions with moderate lighting. Pot plants in a well drain mix with open drainage such as medium fir bark with pumice or coarce perlite. Water regularly and keep the mix a bit moist but not damp. Plants will need to be watered more often during the summer as temperatures become more warm and less water as the temperatures cool in the winter. Wrinkled leaves indicate lack of watering. Plants like high humidity
Common Names: Hill's Sarcochilus
- Dendrobium hillii F. Mueller not Hooker 1899
- Sarcochilus hillii var. tricalliatus Rupp 1936
- Sarcochilus minutiflos F.M. Bailey 1909-13
- Sarcochilus tricalliatus (Rupp) Rupp 1951
- Thrixspermum hillii Rchb.f 1871