An intriguing creeping mini with 1" bulbs topped with an oval dark green shiny 1" leaf, the short inflorescence carries an unusual single waxy inch-long orange-brown critter that I think is reallly purdy, quickly grows into specimen-sized plants
Bright to Shade; 2000-3000 Footcandles (bright indirect light,strong shadowing)
Cool,Intermediate to Warm; 40°F min. to 95°F max.(tolerant of extremes,favoring cool)
Slab Mounted Plant
Blooming Size (mature flowering size plant)
Moist; 3-5 waterings per week (let dry lightly between waterings)
a great mini-miniature with a proportionately large flower, creeping 1" bulbs topped with a dark green glossy oblong 1" leaf, flowers emerge from sheaths atop the bulbs, single long lasting waxy 1" blooms are soft golden orange with a square reddish orange lip, very cute plant, mildly fragrant.
a very attractive compact species, quadrangular 1 1/2" bulbs with a pair of bi-lobed 6" leaves, thin and arching apical spikes reach 12" long carry up to 15 beautiful creamy white long-lasting 2" star-shaped blooms, lip is white with a yellow throat and red markings on the inside, free flowering year round, easy grower.