recently rediscovered, this charming plant is a minute replica of its bigger cousins philippinense and monticola, vandaceous growth habit with 3 or 4 alternating closely spaced 1" leaves, short spikes carry 1 to 5 stunning crystalline snow white 1-1/4" spreading flowers set off by two bright yellow stripes on the scoop-shaped lip which tapers to a downward arcing 1" spur; a miniature-lover's true delight
choice semi-mini upright 6" to 8" plant with leaves up to 3" long, short spikes carrying single 4" lustrous white to amber starry blooms with 4" spurs and a pure white lip, name is derived from the flower which is very large in proportion to the plant itself, fragrant.
this rare seldom-seen miniature has closely alternating thick 2" flattened green spotted purple leaves; blooms appear on several short dense compact spikes, the beautiful well rounded 1/2" cuppy flowers are soft pink.
an easy grower that occurs on rocks and cliffs in a variety of conditions in the wild; rambling plant with 1" narrow bulbs that are topped with a single thick dark green 2" leaf, multiple 3" spikes bear single 1" blooms that are crystalline ivory with maroon-red longitudinal stripes on the sepals and an intricately shaped white lip with red and yellow markings; entrancingly sweet fragrance makes this orchid irresistible
Fall and Winter Blooming
Bright to Shade; 2000-3000 Footcandles (bright indirect light,strong shadowing)
Warm,Intermediate to Cool;45°F min. to 98°F max.(tolerant of extremes,favoring warm)
Slab Mounted Plant
Blooming Size (mature flowering size plant)
Moist; 3-5 waterings per week (let dry lightly between waterings)