Trevoria is a genus of orchids.
Plants in this genus are found from Nicaragua and Costa Rica to Bolivia
It was described by FC Lehmann in 1897. It was described by FC Lehmann 1897 ser 3 vol21:345-346 in Gardeners Chronicle with a black and white picture of Trevoria chloris. (A photo of this single plant is also in the new vol 6 of the book Native Colombian Orchids: Volume 6: Supplement: Leucohyle-Zootrophion (1998)
Plants are usually grown in wooden baskets in partial shade. Use a well drain potting media such as medium fir bark with perlite, tree fern fibers, or sphagnum moss. Keep area humid and grow in intermediate to cool temperatures. Keep mix moist at all times because the plants are semi-aquatic. Plants are difficult to keep alive.
The genus is named in honor of Sir Trevor Lawrence, a former president of The Royal Horticultural Society.
- Endresiella Schlechter 1921
- Trevoria chloris Lehm., 1897.
- Trevoria escobariana Garay, 1970.
- Trevoria glumacea Garay, 1970.
- Trevoria lehmannii Rolfe, 1910.
- Trevoria zahlbruckneriana (Schltr.) Garay, 1970.
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